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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?
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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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    Thanks for posting this pattern and pictures..I have collected handkerchiefs and this is the best pattern .now to get busy..
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    is under a quilt homemade with LOVE!

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    what a wonderful thing you did by getting the permission to reprint this on this site. hats off to the owner and you. i loved the pattern and was one of the many people that asked for a copy of the pattern so again thank you very much. rachelle pare

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    You are the bomb!! Thanks for finding the pattern and going through the trouble...Your quilt is beyond beautiful..
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    I love this quilt when I first saw it I could see my mom and grandmas hankies looking great if I only had the pattern. My mom Passed in Jan on this year. I am so greatful to you for all your effort to get permission for you to share the pattern Thank you to MODA also. See Ya YIPPIE

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    I too would like to thank you. I have a book on hankie quilts and it tells how NOT to cut your hankies up, but they were folded as to not ruin the original hankie.
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    I love this. Thank you so much for the pattern. I have a friend that has dozens of used hankies that she doesn't want to get rid of and I may try to talk her out of a few. Your quilt is absolutely fabulous. Again, thanks for taking the time to get this pattern for us.

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    did not know one could buy packets of hankies.....love it.....now how in the world can i print this from this forum??????

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    Sew very pretty. That inspires a method to make a wallhanging from my antique hankies.
    Thanks for posting - in more ways than one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    did not know one could buy packets of hankies.....love it.....now how in the world can i print this from this forum??????
    I didn't know either. Where can I find packets of hankies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hulahoop1 View Post
    I didn't know either. Where can I find packets of hankies?
    I was still able to fine Moda Hankies on line. Don't remember where. I just googled Moda Hankies and I found them. I believe there are 16 in a pack. Not sure about that. For the others, I bought them from a man from China on e-bay. I checked for one of our other members and he is still selling them. There are many on e-bay but his were the ones I liked and purchased. I received them very quickly. If you want me to fine him for you, I would be glad to do that. Yolanda Wood River
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    Ditto thanks for the pattern

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    Thank you so much!
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    beautiful beautiful hankie quilt. I was just at the big flea market here in my area and I saw many vintage hankies and I was looking through them and thought about a quilt. After seeing yours, I see one in my future. so onto the bucket list it goes. thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with this quilt and by passing on the pattern. Thanks to Moda for letting you share.
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    beautiful beautiful hankie quilt. I was just at the big flea market here in my area and I saw many vintage hankies and I was looking through them and thought about a quilt. After seeing yours, I see one in my future. so onto the bucket list it goes. thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with this quilt and by passing on the pattern. Thanks to Moda for letting you share.
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    I love your quilt!!! Please can you tell me the ebay seller for the hankies....thanks again so much!!! Wendy

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