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Vintage Hankies Quilt

By: Melissa from Polka Dot Chair

For the mother who has little ones, try making this Vintage Hankies Quilt. These make wonderful DIY gifts for Mother's Day because they appeal to the heart and keep little babies nice and warm. Made from clean, patterned hankies, this is also one of those recyclable crafts which you can feel proud of. Make a quilt that shows how much you love a certain mother. Its unique design will impart love to a person who deserves it. Give a warm gift with this quilt.

Vintage Hankies Quilt
Vintage Hankies Quilt
This image courtesy of polkadotchair.com

Estimated Cost: $21-$30

Time to complete: Weekend project

Primary Technique: Quilting

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

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I love the idea of a Hankie Quilt and I have been saving hankies for a while. But still need more. Do you have suggestions on where to find more hankies. Thank you. Bobbi Marvel

Hi Bobbi! I was able to do a quick Google search and found this link to buy a 12 pack of 100% Cotton Ladies Hankies for about nine dollars: http://www.carolwrightgifts.com/100-cotton-ladies-hankies/83585.cfm?key=5A00227B&cm_mmc=PaidSearch-_-GooglePLA-_-FreeShip-_-83585&gclid=Cj0KCQjw1a3KBRCYARIsABNRnxs77NfW5NDz4GDyznvWhWK5n9DGUODqK2YpY42lnVEl_yJqkipkhUwaAoCWEALw_wcB# If you just type "where to find hankies" in Google, you should be able to come up with more results. I hope this helps! - Chelsea, Editor

That was my question exactly, then I thought that maybe it would be possible to find some at thrift stores over a period of time. I have a few that were my Mom's, but I don't know if I want to make them into a quilt, since she has passed on. It's such a good idea that I'd like to try it.

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