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    My daughter's hanky quilt including the pattern

    Thank you to everyone who commented on my daughter's quilt and for your interest in the pattern. I did get permission from Moda and Patrice (Administrator) to post the pattern here on the Board. There are 3 pages. The first 2 are the copies of the original Moda Hankie Quilt pattern that I got from the quilt store. The 3rd page is a diagram of how I set up my DD quilt showing the sashing. I also used a log cabin block in the corners of the piano key border. Good luck and thanks to all for your kind words. Thank you, Patrice. I appreciate your time and effort.

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    Thank you SO MUCH....I was going to create my own, but this will be much better! I appreciate you going to all the effort to get the pattern.

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    Thank you, thank you!
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    Thank you so much - it is greatly appreciated

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    Yolanda, thank you so much! I forgot to ask -- what size is the quilt? I don't have as many hankies as used in yours. Also, I'm assuming you backed the hankies with French Fuse and then sewed/appliqued them to the Kona blocks?
    "I keep my end tables full of needlework and quilting so I don't have to dust them." ~ Author Unknown but I agree!

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    Thank you so very much! I hope someday I can repay you for your work on obtaining this for us!
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    Thank you so much. I just love your quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie View Post
    Yolanda, thank you so much! I forgot to ask -- what size is the quilt? I don't have as many hankies as used in yours. Also, I'm assuming you backed the hankies with French Fuse and then sewed/appliqued them to the Kona blocks?
    Evie! The original pattern calls for fewer hankies. In the Moda pattern there are several blocks that are vintage printed fabrics. By that, I guess I mean, small light colored prints. I did back some of the hankies with French Fuse but ONLY those that were thin or worn. My quilt size was approximately 96" x 116". It fits my DD queen-size bed as a blanket. By that, I mean, that it covers the pillows and I there is no need for shams.

    I have a photo of a quilt that my DDIL made for our cottage (twin-size) if you would like to see it, I will post it in "Pictures" or I can send it to you via e-mail. Contact me any time that you feel you would like my input. Yolanda Wood River

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    In the Moda Hankie Quilt pattern, only the "H" numbered blocks contain hankies. The other blocks are printed fabric blocks. This pattern is for a twin-size bed. Therefore, you do not need as many hankies as I used in my DD quilt. Please feel free to contact me at any time. I am so pleased that my quilt has inspired others to make their hankie quilts too. Yolanda Wood River

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    thank you for the pattern !!

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