I’m always so amazed at all the gorgeous Handprint Quilts that others make. Here are 3 that I absolutely adore:
Mandy from Sugar Bee Crafts made this super cute handprint quilt as an extra-special end of the school year gift for her daughter’s teacher- it was her 1st year teaching. I love that she used an apple pattern on the backside of the quilt- how perfect!
This Hands of Love Quilt submitted by a reader on the Martha Stewart site is so beautiful! I just love all the colors and patterns used! The colors were chosen because it was made for someone with a breast cancer scare and all the hands are from people close to her. Such a thoughtful and meaningful gift.
These Hands of Friendship Quilts from Susie Can Stitch were also made with a purpose in mind. They were classroom art projects at her daughter’s elementary school to help raise money in a silent auction. All the children’s designs are amazing!
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Have you made a Handprint Quilt? I’d love for you to share it in the comments!
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