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Vintage Hankie Quilt for Baby


Updated January 05, 2017
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Vintage Hankie Quilt for Baby
Vintage Hankie Quilt for Baby
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Make this Vintage Hankie Quilt for Baby with a bunch of old-fashioned handkerchiefs. You can pick up a pile of vintage hankies at a county fair or flea market and use this free baby quilt pattern to make a quick, beautiful quilt with vintage charm. These handkerchief quilts would also make lovely wall hangings or table toppers.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Beginner

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While beautiful for a baby (especially made as a crib quilt set), this would be beautiful for anyone. It has that very old fashioned look of made by Grandma. I will have to find some of these, I really would like this as a bed covering for my own bed. I think for an adult, a larger print and for a baby print with very small flowers and maybe a soft flannel back. There is no question this is on my must make list. I, too, would be interested in knowing where to find these hankies.

I love this pattern! I bought a few hankies at a yard sale a few years ago but haven't come across any since. I'd love to try to make this but need many more hankies. Does anyone have a place online where they order them from? Also, does anyone use a light weight stabilizer on the backs of them for stability during stitching?


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