Hand-made Thursdays – Selina Vaughan studios

By Kate | Women
Posted Mar 17, 2011

When handbag designer Selina Vaughan recently discovered seed sack fabric while going through her husband’s family barn, she set to collecting and remaking them into handbags. Seed sacks are an important part of rural American History; originally manufactured by the corn seed, grass seed and flour companies- these colorful bags were designed to be reused as tablecloths, aprons and other crafting projects. Selina Vaughan loves mixing unexpected colors and textures, and has used a vintage Northland Seeds – Littleport, Iowa sack on the front panel of this tote, the inside is lined with lightweight durable demin with a metal center zipper and multiple inner pockets. $85 USD. Her Etsy-shop ships everywhere.

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