Flour Sack Dresses & Aprons-
I've been reading up on more vintage style aprons. I knew that old flour sacks were saved before and after the Depression and used for clothing. It explained why some clothes were cut the way they were. They didn't buy yardage, so they had to piece things together. Great photos and info here Angelpig.org and vintage-style new patterns for sale Candleonthehill.
All matchy matchy :)
New Depression Era style from Countryliving
Feed the chickens!
Rural Life in The 30's and 40's-
What a great find here!!! The photographs are in amazing condition, really fascinating look at the past. Easy to read and broken up into sections- Freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com
Cooking on a wood burning cook stove
Making something good, with junior under the table! Looks like a pressure canner on the right of the table