Years ago, you could get feedbags made of cotton. They came in bright colors and pretty patterns. Believe me when I say they were beautiful.
You could not go to the department stores and buy anything like it and you certainly couldn’t beat the price. My grandmother Dameron would buy these bags for 10 cents each. Sometimes she could get only one of a kind, but most of the time she could get many of one pattern.
She took them apart and washed them and they were as soft as — well — cotton. She made a variety of things