Beach Glam - Light US Vintage Grain Sacks
Traditionally, farm sacks were stenciled and hand-sewn.
In 1858 the Bemis brothers in St. Louis, Missouri, pioneered the printing and machine-sewing of bags starting to replace crates and barrels. The very sturdy fabric was woven seamlessly, thus the name SEAMLESS. About 20 other companies followed suit such as Cincinnati, Royal River and Chase.
About 100 years later farm sacks were replaced by paper and plastic.