Nostalgic Quilt Features Hankies Made Into Butterflies

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There Are So Many Projects That Can Be Made With These Blocks!

Vintage hankies can be easily made into charming butterfly quilt blocks. Make the blocks into a full quilt or use them on an apron, in a table topper, on a tote bag and more.

This is a wonderful way to use and display hankies saved from a loved one, resulting in a one of a kind memory quilt.

Mother's Handkerchiefs Quilt Pattern

You’ll also find hankies in thrift stores, antique shops and brand new fresh ones on Amazon (check out Amazon’s hankie selection here).

This is an easy quilt to make. The finished quilt is 68″ x 81″. 

Click here to purchase the “Mother’s Handkerchiefs” quilt pattern.



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