Created by: Deb Cavanaugh
Project

Rememberances

What are you most proud of? I am able to do something for someone that is meaningful and beautiful. The remembrance can out as a decoration instead of in a drawer. What advice would you give someone starting this project? The hankie doesn't have to be square. Put it on another piece of fabric, squaring up that fabric bigger than the hankie so the edges of the hankie show. No one will ever see that unless it is pointed out. Which will be fun.

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Deb Cavanaugh made Rememberances with:

Design It, Quilt It: Free-Form Techniques

Online Class

Design It, Quilt It: Free-Form Techniques

with Cindy Needham

  • I used Bill's hankies for the first two and my Mom's kitchen towel for the chicken. My friend lost her husband in August. I knew she was going to be alone on Christmas. I e-mailed her Christmas eve and asked for a hankie of his. She sent two in case I goofed up. I would have never come up with that if I hadn't taken this class. I have a feeling I will be doing a lot of these hankies. I have e-mailed a few others for hankies now.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I am able to do something for someone that is meaningful and beautiful. The remembrance can out as a decoration instead of in a drawer. What advice would you give someone starting this project? The hankie doesn't have to be square. Put it on another piece of fabric, squaring up that fabric bigger than the hankie so the edges of the hankie show. No one will ever see that unless it is pointed out. Which will be fun.

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