Grain Sack Pillow

There’s a little store in Dadeville Al that I like to visit.

Old Bank Antiques

While I was there in November ’11, I found a couple of grain sacks*.

When I asked my baby girl what she wanted for Christmas,

she said, Just Make Me Something!

I washed and dried one of the old sacks.

and I cut it in half.

I stuffed in a couple of pillows.

Sewed it up.

Took a few pictures.

Wrapped them up and gave them to her for Christmas, she loved them!

*I saved one for me ;)

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Comments

  1. 1
    debbie says:

    Great minds think alike my friend LOL! Love your sacks, great graphics. Happy New Year Debbie!

  2. 2
    Gina says:

    The pillows look great! Your daughter is a lucky girl.

  3. 3

    Gorgeous pillows! They look so soft too, what a lovely gift!

  4. 4

    Love it!! The best gift ever…love from you! Thanks for friending my little blog! I’m back and hope you will visit often!

  5. 5

    These are fabulous! What a great present! I’ve never been lucky to find any grain sacks. Coffee sacks seem to be everywhere and as much as I love them they aren’t as soft as what yours look like. I think I need to make it my mission to find some this year and make some pillows! Thanks for the inspiration!

    Megan

  6. 6
    jenni says:

    And baby girl LOVES them! They are the BEST!!!

  7. 7

    Love this project! I’m new to your blog and can’t wait to read more…now following :)

  8. 8
    Linda@Coastal Charm says:

    Debbie,
    These both look GREAT…she is one lucky gal!!! Do you know Rhonda from Blue Creek Home? She has a booth at that shop…I have been there a few times and it is a cute little mall full of treasures.

    Blessings,
    Linda

  9. 9

    You could totally sell these on Etsy! They look great!

  10. 10

    Lovely! I love finding old grain sacks at auctions. Sometimes they’re buried at the bottom of the boxes that nobody wants to bid on.

    Stuffing them with pillows is a wonderful idea. Think I’ll make a few of these.

    Thank you!

  11. 11
    Cherry says:

    What a great present there mom , love them … You have really been doing some awesome things around here. I can’t wait to see what you are coming up with next..
    Happy New Year and hugs from Savannah, Cherry

  12. 12
    Shannon Fox says:

    hehe. “I saved one for me”. Love it.
    They are great ~ I bet she adores them =)
    What a sweet momma you are!!

  13. 13
    Sarah says:

    I LOVE those pillows! I really need to start hunting for grain sacks, I want to make cute pillows too! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving that sweet comment! :)

  14. 14

    Those are so fabulous! I am always looking for the grain sacks, too….but I have never found any as fabulous as that! Have a blessed day!
    thistlewoodfarm recently posted..Just Jump

  15. 15

    ohhhh me too me too – that’s what I would say to you – make me something as your results are SO COOL! well done! I’m having my very first linky party starting today & would love love love if you’d come by for a visit & join in the fun! xoxo

    http://www.northerncottage.blogspot.com

  16. 16
    Gail says:

    Debbie your pillows turned out GREAT! What a wonderful gift.

  17. 17

    It’s linky party time again! This post would be great at it if you wanna share it! Here is the link! http://www.thesouthernproductqueen.com/one-stop-shoppe-linky-party

  18. 18
    Shanon says:

    What a lucky girl! I love those pillows, I would have kept one for myself as well!

    ~Shanon

  19. 19

    I really love this. They are beautiful! Great Job!

  20. 20
    Rosemary says:

    Love the graphics Debbie. Of course she loved them.

  21. 21

    I love your pillows! What a nice gift! Stopping by from Wow Us Wednesday.

  22. 22
    Wendy says:

    Those pillows are so cute. I live 40 miles from the Staley’s factory. Who would have thought that someone would think to use their left overs for an adorable craft. I wonder how they ended up in Alabama !

  23. 23
    Kristen says:

    Love these! I have some old flour sacks that I have been wondering what to do with them. I’ll have to pin this. Thanks!! Dropping by from It’s Overflowing and so glad to find your site. Following you on fb/twitter/pinterest :)

  24. 24
    Alyssabeths says:

    Love…. your pillows, now I wish I had my sewing machine back!

  25. 25
    Beth Marohn says:

    These are just so cool! I have been trying to find some grain sacks that are reasonably priced. I have been into making pillows lately and would love to have some for myself!

  26. 26

    Thank you so much for joining my linky party! This post rocks!

  27. 27
    jeannie says:

    WOW, I’d love to receive a present like that. Have you done any work with coffee grain/burlap sacks?

    maxwellhouseinteriors.blogspot.com

  28. 28

    I love these kind of pillows but have never been lucky enough to run across a grain sack. You did a great job!

  29. 29

    loving these pillows….i would love to make some with a Starbucks burlap bag i found a while back. I’ve finally listed it in my Etsy shop instead…i gave up the hope of owning my own sewing machine! ha xoox, tracie

  30. 30
    Ruthq says:

    I love the grain sacks. They make amazing pillows. Yours are fantastic. We don’t find many of them here in New England. I would love to go to the Brimfield Antique show and maybe I could find some there.
    Hope you can stop by my blog and see my favorites projects.
    Ruth

  31. 31
    Michelle says:

    I love these! Great job.

  32. 32
    Honey says:

    Your pillows are terrific! Thank you for sharing this lovely post at Potpourri Friday!

  33. 33

    I my goodness, I love that idea! I’ve got to find some of those sacks! Thank you for sharing that idea….So glad you linked up at Overflowing with Creativity!!! See you this Wednesday!

    XO, Aimee

  34. 34

    These turned out beautifully!

    Bernadette

  35. 35

    darling darling project – you can always snag me with grain sacks! – I’m thrilled to have just featured you in my post recap this morning – check it out here:

    http://northerncottage.blogspot.com/2012/01/northern-cottage-linky-features-1.html

    Be sure to link up again tomorrow with more of your wonderful creations!

  36. 36
    Courtney says:

    Soo darling!! I adore them~ gotta love grain sacks!! Sharing at tomorrows party~ thanks for linking up at FNF! :)
    Courtney recently posted..FRENCH COTTAGE KITCHEN

  37. 37

    I adore them! Well done. Thank you for sharing. Hope you’re having a grand evening. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse
    Kathryn Griffin recently posted..An Actual Craft

  38. 38

    LOVE! You make everything look simple and elegant! Great job!

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