• heather

    I use hankies all the time… I inherited my grammy’s collection and they are just so handy and the happy floral prints and cute little embroidered bits make them much more fun to use than a kleenex any day! I have noticed people smiling at the sight when I pull out the super floral ones on the train.

    Love that little face peeking out over her right elbow, btw.

    • http://glueandglitter.com Becky

      Thanks, Heather! It’s great to hear positive hankie experiences.

  • http://www.inquisitiverobin.com Robin

    I use hankies too, when I need to. I just grab clean ones from my father’s dresser. There isn’t anything special about them – they’re just white, old man hankies. But they do the trick!

    I’ve also cut up old t-shirts that I sleep in to use as hankies. I was visiting my sister in England, and advised her to do the same thing. I used a white shirt, and she chose to use a bright green one! They both work wonders, and are very soft. That’s the most important thing – use soft cloth!

    • http://glueandglitter.com Becky

      T-shirt fabric is a great idea! That knit stuff doesn’t need to be hemmed at all, if you don’t mind a little curling at the edges. So smart!

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    I always use cloth hankies anyway, the paper ones make your nose sore very quickly if you’ve got a cold.

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    Tissue is good for nose. I like use it.