Hankie Petal Brooch

on April 16 | in Contests & Giveaways, Sewing Tutorials + Patterns, Sponsors + Partners | by | with 114 Comments

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Indygo Junction launched a new website early this year featuring PDF patterns, new guest designers and sewing imagery available for immediate download.

Whether you’re looking for women’s clothing, children’s clothing, toys or embroidery patterns, Indygo Junction has a wide selection of patterns. Everything is available to download right away!

Indygo Junction is offering you a free Hankie Petal Brooch pattern download, and a gift certificate for $25 worth of downloads from IndygoJunction.com. (The gift certificate is good for patterns and/or images.)

Download your free Hankie Petal Brooch pattern and comment below for a chance to win the gift certificate. Tell us what you want to sew next! (Bonus appreciation for checking out the PDF patterns and letting us know which one you’d choose with the gift certificate!)

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114 Responses to Hankie Petal Brooch

  1. Lora Jean Grabill says:

    Thanks for the hankie broach pattern. Can’t wait to try it! Just bought a pile of lovely new hankies when in Indiana at an Amish store.

    Were I to be a gift card winner, I’d spend it on books; either the one on fabric flowers or/and the red work embroidery one.

  2. Julie says:

    Thank you so much for the free pattern. I have quite a collection of hankies and this will be a project that will make use of some of them.

  3. Love the vintage hankie brooch!
    Thank you for the pattern

  4. I have been collecting “vintage hankies” for some time now with the intention of making a coverlet. I think I will make some beautiful brooches also.

  5. I have been collecting “vintage hankies” for some time now with the intention of making a coverlet. I think I will make some beautiful brooches also.
    Thanks for the pattern!

  6. iris stump says:

    thank you so much for this great pattern I can’t wait to make a few of these.

  7. Jan Jones says:

    Love the vintage hanky pin pattern. Thank you!

  8. Marjory W. says:

    What a nice pattern and giveaway! It would be great fun to win.

  9. Ginger says:

    Love Indygo Junction patterns. My next to sew is kid’s shorts. They grow so fast!

  10. Isabel A. says:

    I’m always in the mood for girl’s dresses and tops. I woul buy the Liesel Dress and Top from Peek-a-boo pattern shop

  11. Jowyn Jenson says:

    Lovely brooch pattern. I’d definitely choose the Take-Two Tech Pouches pattern as a download if I won.

  12. Susan says:

    I really like the Prism quilt and the Fireworks quilt patterns.

  13. Nancy McKenzie says:

    I have a huge hanky collection and didn’t know they had so many ideas for hankies! They publish well done patterns – easy to follow instructions and good illustrations.

  14. Christy H says:

    I would get the saddle bag pattern.

  15. Christy H says:

    I would like to make some summer clothes for my little boy.

  16. Loretta says:

    Love the hanky flower pattern and nice website. I’ve been a long-time IJ fan.

  17. Leslie says:

    Sew many choices (pun intended)! I have always wanted to sew a Stitcher’s Organizer, so I think that is the first pattern I would choose.

  18. Kathy says:

    My next project is a door hanging for our hotel room in Paducah!!!!! Nothing like waiting till the last minute……

  19. LaNan says:

    There are so many patterns I would like but I would like to make the clarity quilt!

  20. Lorraine Haemel says:

    I would like to make the grommet wallet and hipster. I am very picky about my purses and wallets. When I make them myself, I make sure they are exactly what I want.

  21. Mary says:

    I love the bags made from jeans!

  22. Cheryl B says:

    Meghan’s Peasant Dress pattern is just 1 of the patterns I’ll be buying when I win this giveaway! I think I last wore a peasant dress when I was in my teens so I can’t wait to make one again!

  23. Susan Paxton says:

    Thank you for the Hankie Petal Brooch pattern…After looking through the patterns available I found lots of different things to make including quilt patterns that would be fun.

  24. Tina says:

    My daughter loves the urban prairie dress but she’s just outgrown it. Need to mak new one for her.

  25. Tabitha Klucking says:

    I need to sew a bag for my mom for mom’s day. The Streetcar bag would be perfect!

  26. Julie M says:

    Thanks for the freebie & the chance to win! If I win I’d buy either clothesline tote or carpet bag pattern.

  27. I’ve been an Indigo Junction fan since our LQS features those printed patterns often. I have made the Brooklyn Bag and many others for Quiltique in Henderson, NV as store samples. It’s really cool since I get to keep them when the store is done with them. I can’t pick just one favorite if I win but would love to try one of the modern quilt patterns.

  28. Dot says:

    Indygo Junction is an old friend! Good to see their new website. My favorite is the Tie Pocket Pouch. I have a bag of ties that I need to use up.

  29. Judy says:

    I would like to start on a Christmas quilt. My favorite pattern is the Banded Baskets.

  30. Libby says:

    Thank you for this pattern! I have some vintage hankies from my mother and stepmother – this is a great project for them! If I won the gift certificate I would definitely get the Annabel jacket as well as the sister smocks and little charmers patterns – I have granddaughters!

  31. Lisa Marie says:

    My next project is a new table runner for my coffee table.

  32. Rachel B says:

    I have always loved the innovation of Indigo Junction patterns and hope to win. Yay!!

  33. Carmen N says:

    I want to learn to make the Fabric & Button Flower Pin pattern

  34. Marcia says:

    I have a collection of vintage hankies that will make lovely Brooches. Is that the plural of Brooch? Thanks for the free pattern.

  35. Ginger says:

    Love the hankie items; would make the hankie eyeglass cases for several family members.

  36. Janice says:

    I am so happy you introduced me to Indygo Junction! What a great selection of patterns. I would have to start with the Urban Tote then maybe some zipper art. Awesome!

  37. Elizabeth says:

    I love that hankie eyeglass case! Thanks for the giveaway.

  38. Terry H. says:

    Love your patterns….I want to turn zippers into something really cute. Thanks for the chance.

  39. Jan says:

    Love love love the broach and can’t wait to make a couple. I would start with the little girls dress patterns. I have several pieces of fabric that I want to make dresses for my grand daughters. There patterns are adorable.
    Love to win this awesome giveaway.
    Thanks jan.

  40. Jeanie K. says:

    Pick me, pick me!

  41. Jess says:

    Next up is little girls clothes!

  42. Mama D says:

    I love their patterns! My daughter made the Midtown Trench and won grand champion at our county fair!

  43. Pattij says:

    I have so many hankies from my grandma. Great way to use them!!! I love the crossover bag pattern!

  44. Barbara says:

    I have some pretty fabric I want to use for a summer dress. The Rebecca dress pattern looks just right for what I have in mind!

  45. Vicky says:

    Love the Jenny dress and top, that would be my first choice and I love the Draping and Designing e-book, too.

  46. Amanda says:

    I’ve been keen to make their Perfect Pullover since I first saw it.

  47. Chris says:

    I need to make a new tablerunner for summer.

  48. Cindy Dahlgren says:

    The next thing I want to sew is the Aviatrix Medallion Quilt for the quilt along.

  49. MelodyJ says:

    I want to sew a skirt.

  50. marilyn says:

    I like the yo yo monkey pattern

  51. marilynd says:

    like the yo yo monkey pattern

  52. Wendy says:

    I’m hoping to sew a couple of spring tops for myself soon.

    However, as often happens, I was drawn to yet another kids’ pattern–I really like the looks of the Anna and Alex Winter PJs.

  53. Mary Haub... says:

    I want to finish bow ties for my wedding!

  54. Karrie Smith says:

    I’m sewing a dress next. Thanks!

  55. Sandra :) says:

    I just pinned “Friends of a Feather” to my Want Pinterest board, so that’s where I would start if I won the $25 gift certificate, lol!

    Up next in my sewing room is a zipper bag made with upcycled denim (from one of our son’s worn out work jeans), embellished with a flower made of buttons. I saw it on Pinterest a while ago and repinned it with the intention of making it “some day”. Some day is this week 😀

  56. Sarah says:

    Next I am sewing potholders, and a tablecloth; might throw in an apron, too! Thanks for the giveaway.

  57. Christine says:

    AHHHHH! pressed send too quickly! now that taxes are done, I’m dying to see a tote..whatever kind….so if I got the gift cert. I’d buy the “Fold and Go Wristlet”…love it!

  58. Grace says:

    I would download the Groovy Godets, the In-style Suitcase bag, the Zig Zag Gets Me Every Time, and the Jenny Dress patterns.

  59. Christine says:

    I LOVE that brooch! and even with enough time to make for my mother for Easter…or any day.

    And one for me. thank you…and since I also love Indygo Junction patterns, thanks for the possibility to win a gift certificate.

  60. Lenore says:

    My next project is to finish something! ANYTHING!

  61. Beth says:

    I love the Tech Pocket and Portfolio pattern. Lots of people needing Kindle cases in my family!
    I’d like to make a nice spring table runner soon. Thanks for the adorable pattern!

  62. Sherri I says:

    That Hanky Petal Brooch is very cute. Now off to find the right hanky!

  63. Jeanne says:

    Now isn’t that adorable. Guess I know what I will be doing tomorrow. Can’t hardly wait. Thanks for the pattern and a chance to win.

  64. Karen says:

    I want to sew a knit shirt or dress using my new serger!

  65. Abigail says:

    I would love to sew a skirt next! thanks for the giveaway!

  66. Heidi says:

    I want to sew a beach bag!

  67. Pam S says:

    What a fun brooch! Summer clothes are my next project and I would love to sew the Patricia Tunic and Hankie Pillowcase Shirt. Thanks for the chance to win!

  68. Lyndalee K. says:

    I would love to win. That is a lovely flower. I make bags. Will put one on my next project.

  69. Linda L. says:

    What a decision to make! I was able to narrow it down to three patterns – Woodland Zips; Brownstone Boulevard and Shoal Quilt. I could have chosen lots more though.
    Thanks for the Petal Brooch tutorial – it’s just in time for Easter!

  70. Lee says:

    I love the patterns! So hard to choose but I for sure would get the Lunch Bunch and the Patriotic Pillows – I have admired those two before! thanks!

  71. Lee says:

    So cute! I have a lot of hankies that were my grandmothers and moms! perfect – thanks!

  72. beth p. says:

    Really like the Vintage Rose Cuff pattern. I’ve been sewing a prom dress, lots of bags, and a quilt. I’m ready to make a summer dress for myself next!

  73. Ellen M. says:

    I’d love to get the Hankie Scarves pdf pattern. I have some vintage hankies and these would make great gifts. Many thanks!

  74. Nikkie says:

    There are so many cute patterns. I would love to make any of the yo-yo animals or the Miniature Menagerie for my grandchild that’s due to be born in Dec. Thank you very much for the chance.

  75. Karen Hogue says:

    This is the perfect project to make use of the hankies I love!!!

  76. Patti Gup says:

    Love this hankie brooch pattern, and glad to find this web-site. I love Indygo Junction patterns. The zipper critters pattern looks like great fun, and Elmore and Eloise are cute too. Loved the victory bag and the Thrifted bag, and some others too! There were some other hankie patterns too that looked fun.

  77. Cindy Pilkington says:

    IJ has many beautiful quilt patterns I would love to make! Thanks.

  78. Stacey says:

    This brooch looks so springlike! What a wonderful use for those lovely floral hankies. Would look so great on a straw hat with ribbon.

  79. Southern Gal says:

    I’ll be sewing up a doll quilt for my granddaugthers.

  80. Kathy Davis says:

    Would love to win this giveaway. I am always searching the internet for patterns. This would be great!

  81. June Benthin says:

    Thank you for the beautiful broach pattern from vintage handkerchiefs. I have quite a collection of handkerchiefs that were my grandmother and I now know how to use them. Just discovered your web site and really like it!!

  82. Dita says:

    I’m planning on making a table runner for my mom’s birthday!
    If I won I’d totally love to get the Modern America and Casserole Carry-All Pattern!

  83. Ali M says:

    I’d get the Meghan peasant dress and the cleverly stitched cases most likely, and I’m torn on a few other things. Thank you for the giveaway!

  84. Mary Ann says:

    The board walk henley

  85. Cons says:

    I look forward to sewing some clothes this Spring.

  86. Jessica w says:

    such a beautiful pattern. Thanks!

  87. Deb H. says:

    What a pretty brooch. I would really like to make my daughter some summer skirts….gotta finish baby bonnets for a shop first.

  88. I’m sewing a dress for our next Stitch Once, Rip Twice (my Facebook sewing group) Challenge!

  89. Karen says:

    I’m torn between the Garden Party Pullover and the Tribeca Tunic. I think I might have to have both!

  90. Marian Julius says:

    I love this…have several vintage hankies and how great to use them like this1

  91. Marjolein says:

    I would love to sew a skirt for me next 🙂

  92. Sherry VF says:

    The Modern America wall quilt would be a wonderful project. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  93. Daya says:

    I love the YoYo Annie and Andy!

  94. Sonja says:

    Thanks for the directions for the Hankie brooch! Would love to try a few of your totes – like the
    Hankie tote – and some of your holiday items!

  95. Nancy R says:

    Hi, I am going to sew a wedding quilt next and am interested in downloading the Quiet Heaven pattern. So fingers crossed that I may win!

  96. Sherry VF says:

    How cute! Perfect for a bag. I’d love to sew a selvage pouch/clutch. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  97. kathyh says:

    What I need to sew or what I want to sew….
    I am finishing up some burlap bunting and then using my wool scraps to make a pendleton version.
    Been a fan of Indygo Junction for years. The Crossbody bag looks interesting.

    Thanks for the giveaway

  98. Linda C. says:

    I want to sew a waterproof poncho!

  99. Gisela says:

    I would love to win this gift! My favourite are the Duffle Coat, the Annabelle Jacket and the Yo-Yo Dachshund! My kids would love that! Hope I win 🙂

  100. Sarah says:

    I want to sew some baby bibs for friends’ babies born recently. I like the look of the “Fold and Go Wristlet” pattern!

  101. Heather says:

    I love their Liesel dress pattern!

  102. Melva says:

    Working on about 4 different ones at the moment!

  103. I’m currently working on Easter dresses, but I wish I could be doing some tops for me.

  104. Taysha R says:

    Great giveaway! I must sew a t-shirt quilt

  105. Chris says:

    Love this!! A great way to use the family hankies, turn them into something pretty. A great up cycle project

  106. Maureen says:

    Lovely brooch. Will be making one.

  107. Sheryle J Augustine says:

    Thanks for this great contest. I love the flower patterns and after this hard winter would be tempted to get a few of those. My sewing group has a flower challenge this month so these would be perfect for the tote project I have planned. I also love the Dresden Pouf pattern.

  108. Desiree Glaze says:

    How exciting! I think I would go for the Boardwalk henley, The Downtown Duffle, and either the Shoal Quilt or Modern America Quilt.

  109. krissta says:

    Chic Bucket Bag & the Prism Quilt downloads. And the Devon Peasant Top because of the many possibilities!

  110. susie says:

    CUTE stuff!

  111. sarah says:

    so many ideas of what to sew next but i do love a few of the pdf patterns – the basic cap, the infinity scarf with a pocket and also the gorgeous sugar plum nightgown. thanks for this great giveaway.

  112. Wanda Birkestrand says:

    I have many of my husband’s grandmother, Granny Mitchell, handkerchiefs that would make wonderful flower pins and be great to share with our daughters. Sharing memories! Thank you for the pattern.

  113. Jan says:

    I would absolutely HAVE to make my granddaughter the Urban Prairie Dress

  114. Brenda Hennig says:

    I would buy the vintage cuff rose pattern. I would love to see a cover for wedding planner.

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