« Pat Sloan - Aurifil Blog Hop Quilt FINISH Day 5 | Main | Pat Sloan - Season 3 American Patchwork & Quilting Radio - show 11 »

Sunday, July 10, 2011


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Pat Sloan - Holey Guacamole Recap!:


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


I have some brand-new hankies from my Mom - they're still in their little box. I couldn't cut them up to make flowers, but maybe some fabric with big flowers on them would work?


I have over a hundred vintage hankies. This coming winter my husband and I plan to frame some textile items......scarves I bought in Turkey, my hankies, vintage quilt blocks, etc.....all items that we can use as artwork in our house. I am not sure I could cut up some of those lovely vintage hankies. :-)

Sandy A in St. Louis

I have a stash of vintage hankies that I have bought at thrift stores. I was saving them for a butterfly quilt, but will have to check out this video more closely!


Thanks for sharing the tutorial - I've got vintage hankies and am always looking for projects!

Linda P

What bliss to wake up to view tute on anything vintage! I do have some hankies, but some I couldn't cut - accck!! I could cut someone else's though - need to shop for them. I'll be looking for that book soon.
Congrats to all the winners - it's fun seeing progress of the Aurifil quilt, and Happiness Key extras.
Have a super duper day!!

The comments to this entry are closed.

  • Take a Quilting Cruise with Pat!
    2015 Moda Cruise

  • Sign up for Pat's Newsletter

  • emailfacebooktwitterPinterestyoutubegoogle+instagramflickrbloglovin

  • Craftsy

  • Aurifil Designers
Powered by Janome

  • thermoweb designer
Red White Quilts

Federal Trade Commission Disclosure

  • The FTC requires us to tell you (just in case you haven't figured it out) that Pat Sloan is paid by Meredith Corporation to host the APQ Radio show. Pat is also paid or provided products by other companies in the course of her business. This is how she makes a living and pays her bills. The FTC requires us to advise you to take this information into consideration when evaluating what Pat says and writes.


Follow on Bloglovin