In 1930s USA, sacks that contained flour & cereals were made of cotton. Kansas Wheat, in the Great Depression, realised that the poorest families repurposed them to sew clothes for women & girls, so …More
In 1930s USA, sacks that contained flour & cereals were made of cotton. Kansas Wheat, in the Great Depression, realised that the poorest families repurposed them to sew clothes for women & girls, so they decided to print them with floral & colourful motifs .
Jeffrey Ade
Where will we get our wheat from now?