I remember reading a story about how a farmer Official Radiology Skull Shirt needed a sack at the bottom of the pile because his wife had told him to be sure to get a particular fabric the next time he bought flour — she needed to match what she already had for a project. Made me smile. This is 100% correct. The flour companies changed up the design regularly so the consumers would buy more at a time to provide enough fabric for the sewing project. Then, they would introduce a new design, so that consumers would choose their brand again for the next project.
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It’d depend on the size of the Official Radiology Skull Shirt sack, the person, and the style of dress. I can make a very simple but conservative dress (mid-calf to ankle length, long sleeves) for myself out of less than 3 yards of fabric but that’s using solid fabrics (so, no concern for the way patterns are oriented – I can cut things out the most efficient way possible). It’s also plausible that they’d use some of the patterned sack fabric and some solid-colored fabric if they didn’t have enough of one pattern.