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Thread: Handkerchief Rag Quilt

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    Super Member Dee G's Avatar
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    How beautiful! It looks so delicate and is so unique!

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    How sweet!! I love it!!

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    You made a great handkerchief quilt!
    A Grandma & loving it!

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    Beautiful! I love the way you did the label. The recipient is going to be tickled!

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    Very pretty. Love the way you did the label.

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    Looks great!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sallybear View Post
    Lisa....all the hankies were not the same size.....so I sewed them to white flannel squares to create all the same size blocks... When it came time to do the snipping I didn't want to cut into the hankies!....& used pink polka dot flannel on the back ...creating sandwich blocks & then sewed all together.....like a rag quilt is done! This was my 3rd rag quilt.....I did a denim one made out of squares.....& a horizontal Halloween rag quilt! Learned my lesson on the Halloween one...pieced all my fabric together ....like a normal quilt & then tried to put it together! WRONG! Had to rip it all out & start over! Always do your research first!!!
    First, Love it and going to imitate! Second, a little tutorial in the Tute Forum would be great. (Hint Hint). Third, how long are your fringe/rag cuts? Fourth, finished size? Thank you for sharing. This is also a great way to use up a stack of different colored bandanas for a male version of the quilt. You have been inspirational.

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    What a wonderful idea! It is so delicate looking with the hankies.

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    So pretty. I've never seen a quilt made that way. Me likey!!

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    very pretty

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