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Jane Clark Stapel

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Feedsack Club

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Feed Sack Club
Web References
It's in the Bag! Feedsack Treasures., 7 Sept 2000 [cached]
The history of feedsacks began in the early part of our century, when animal ration was packed into cloth bags because it was easier to transport goods in sacks than in barrels or boxes, says Jane Clark Stapel, founder of The Feedsack Club.But not all cotton bags manufactured were used for animal feed.
To receive information on joining The Feedsack Club, send a long, self-addressed stamped envelope to Jane Clark Stapel, 25 S. Starr Avenue, Apt. 16, Pittsburgh, PA 15202, or e-mail :
Hickory Hill Antique Quilts Feedsack Information, 9 Aug 1999 [cached]
Jane Clark Stapel founded The Feedsack Club in response to the increased interest in these marvelous fabrics.The bimonthly newsletter is named Switches n' Swatches and it be a simple, folksy publication that prints excerpts from letters as well as creates a forum where collectors, quilters and sellers can meet by mail and phone to promote their shared interest in feedsacks.There are over 400 members, many of whom will swap or sell feedsacks or feedsack pieces.Jane Clark Stapel is also available to lecture and give trunk shows.She receives e-mail at
How can I join the feedsack club.
For more information, send a SASE to Jane Clark Stapel at the Feedsack Club, 28 S Starr Ave # 16, Pittsburgh PA 15202, E-mail
Where else can I buy feedsacks. -Patchwork pastime keeps sewers in stitches 07/31/03, 31 July 2003 [cached]
Jane Clark Stapel, from Pittsburgh, founder of the Feed Sack Club, is also scheduled to present lectures.
Vintage Fabric - Feedsack [cached]
Paula Hammer, Lilburn, GA, collector, quilter, has three feedsacks featured in Fabulous Feedsack Quilts , will soon retire from Verizon and have more time for hobby; Jane Clark Stapel , Pittsburgh, collector, lecturer, conductor of feedsack conferences and seminars and founder of Feedsack Club; Sharon Stark, Pennsylvania, quilt collector, dealer in the old and curious – Sharon’s Antiques, and writer and teacher of fiction; Judy White, New England quiltmaker, teacher and lecturer, collector of old newspaper quilt patterns, vintage quilt books and feedsacks; Betty Wilson, Wisconsin, lecturer, exhibitor, collector and dealer in vintage hankies, linens, fabrics and notions and author of a book on cat humor.
Jane Stapel notes that Bemis also introduced Bemaron bags for all-rayon blouses, dresses, underwear, slips and scarves and that some Bemis bags were made from cambric, chambray, denim, percale and toweling.
Useful Links, 30 July 2000 [cached]
Feedsack Club : Feedsacks with Jane Clark Stapel - history, links, quilt blocks, and more
FiberPlay Inspirations : A creative outlet for my quilting, cross stitch and computer graphic designs to inspire you ...
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