For more about feedsack fabric, see Joan Kiplinger at
"Some bags came ready for sewing with doll patterns printed on one side or sewn-in drawstrings that when one seam was ripped produced an instant apron; others were specifically printed for pillow cases or curtains. Pattern companies issued appealing booklets about sewing attractive garments and caring for sack fabric. A 1942 estimate showed that 3 million women and children of all income levels were wearing print feedbag garments." We have never seen booklets like these two from Joan Kiplinger's site.