26 June 2018

Hanky holders


I always carry a small packet of tissues in my handbag and they ALWAYS get scrunchy/grubby looking. 

A friend was making these covers and selling them successfully to raise funds for our Tuesday group so I thought I'd make one for myself. 

I searched the internet for 'how to make them' (as you do) and found this great site.

This is almost the end of this great fabric and I'm going to miss it SO much. Always cheers me up!!



10 comments:

Maureen said...

What a great site! Instructions look simple, I'll have a go next time I have to get my machine out. I hate sewing with a passion, the only time I use it these days is to do mending for son- in-law. Whose wife, I might add, was given very comprehensive instructions in basic sewing when she lived with me!
What a shame your fabric is running out. You will have to look for another cheerful piece in your travels.

Carol Schockling Lawecki said...

What a clever idea! And the material is so cute!!

God's Kid said...

Those are great!! :)

Crazy Mom! said...

super cute. Do I recognize this fabric?

Jane McLellan said...

Love that fabric! Good way to use it too.

Jane Eborall said...

Yes, Crazy Mom - you do recognise it!! Thank YOU. It's always brought a smile to my face too.
Maureen I like sewing but need to have new ideas of what to do with the things I've made or they lie around the house for months/years!!!!

Bernice said...

Great Idea for Honky Holder. I need to start sewing so I can do some of this stuff. ☺

Madtatter80 said...

I need to make some of these, very nicešŸ˜ƒ

Kathy Niklewicz said...

You have made very good use of that wonderful and whimsical fabric!

Ninetta said...

Love these and I also love little and fast seweing projects. Thank you for the link.

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