Not all vintage handkerchiefs are the same size and not all are square. Hankies generally have a lot of white, and the smaller ones even more. The fabric is thin, and attaching the hankie to a solid white background fabric, the design colors and scallops come to life! After that, place and move them until you find balance and love the look. To construct the top, choose the color sashing.
Craft Ideas Using Vintage Hankies
Craft Ideas Using Vintage Hankies - House of Hawthornes
A row of bright handkerchiefs offers pretty polish to a bare window, but lets in more light than a heavy valance would. This patchwork runner is casual enough for a family dinner, but also makes your dining room party-ready in a flash. Win the award for "best houseguest ever" when you show up at your friends' home with this sweet hostess gift in tow. Get the tutorial at Red Door Furniture Co. Yarn-wrapped door decor gets a dose of femininity when you gather old-fashioned hankies into an elegant cluster. Display a handkerchief's intricate detailing by laying the fabric flat under glass.
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How to Make a Vintage Hankie Quilt
She died when I was fairly young, but one of my biggest memories of her is that she always had a hankie or two stuck in her ample bosom. All moist and gooey. These are some of my favorite crafts you can make out of your very own vintage hankie stash. Sarah at Sadie Seasongoods has made some adorable bracelets out of vintage hankies!
I think this quilt makes such a sweet keepsake for a new baby! I love to collect vintage linens, the unique styles, colors, and prints that you can only seem to find in vintage linens. My sister had a baby girl and I decided to use up some of my stash of vintage hankies to make a quilt for her sweet baby girl. I can usually find vintage hankies for less than a few dollars a piece. When I was picking out ones to use in this quilt I looked for ones that were red or turquoise, to hopefully tie the colors of the quilt together.