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Thread: hankerchief bedspread

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    hello, i once saw a bedspread made of women's hankerchefs on this web site but i don't remember how to get back to it. can anyone help me? are there web sites where i can buy the handkerchefs? thank you so much

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    The best place to find hankerchiefs for ladys is Amish stores. you can also order them from craft magazines. I perfer to go to the Amish they are friendly people who are great at quilting.

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    Super Member earlylace's Avatar
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    I have bought hankies on ebay and got some good deals, also antique shops and flea markets. here is a photo of a hankie quilt for an idea that i have saved for refenence.
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    your quilt is beautiful. do you hava a pattern for it or did you just put the hankies in a square. i also love the white that you used.

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    I am slowly working on the quilt you have pictured, collected hankies for a while.

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    There is a pattern for the hankie butterfly quilt!

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    I used my mothers, grandmothers and aunts (even one of my dads) hankies on a shower curtain. It is stunning, if I may say so! Purchased an inexpensive white shower curtain and fused pellon on the back of each hankie for strength, then set them at a diagonal. I'm collecting Christmas hankies now for some quilt tops. The butterfly quilt is gorgeous - what a great idea!

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    I would love to have pattern for the hankie spread

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    how can I get a pattern?

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