Cotton sack

Cotton sack

A canvas sack a few feet long that was pulled by a person picking cotton. The sack was used to contain the cotton as it was picked, and would hold sixty or seventy pounds.
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The pencil dresses were in a medium, one of which would only fit an actual pencil, while the other is a cotton sack, not so much sexy secretary as nun in a nightie.
Grown-ups referred to this as jamon de funda, referring to a time when imported hams did not come in plastic packaging but in a cotton sack, making them, more correctly, jamon en funda.
6) The women used what they had, creatively repurposing the cotton sack fabric for their families' quilts.
They swore off the cotton sack and lifted battered old steel guitars with broken and worn down frets and traveled on off.
And if your cat really needs to mellow out, offer a hit of Rocky Mountain High, 100% premium, USDA-certified organic catnip in an organic cotton sack.
At EUR12 the cotton sack is a lot cheaper than many of the other designer bags in BT, but one of the must-have shopping bags fetched EUR370 on ebay last week.
In Cotton Sack, when the family is able to get work again picking cotton, the author realizes after his attempts to pick cotton that he is still not mature enough and prepared to endure the pain and hardship of such labor.
First, the cheesemaker scoops out the curds into a special cotton sack, squeezes out the excess whey, and then hangs the sacks in a temperature-controlled room for several days as the final excess whey drains away.
In my current mood, I saw it only as another probable addition to the long list I keep under my pillow - an Egyptian cotton sack filled with plaster dust, not feathers - which is headed 'Reasons for doing a runner'.
As it crept up the trail, jerking its head around in every direction, alert to even the smallest sound, my knees began to fail me first as they banged together like two marbles in a cotton sack.
Tessie's shoulders ached from dragging her heavy cotton sack down the dirt row.
The basic equipment developments that had shaped the coffee beverage service of the early 20th century included Harvey Ricker's pot employing a cotton sack with reinforced bottom in 1881 (the forerunner of the urn bag).