Clip a few stitches and they become Wedding Hankies.
Boxed. Poem included:
I am a little bonnet, as cute as cute can be. Would you ever guess a hanky I used to be?
I can be worn home From the hospital, then again on Christening Day. You can neatly fold me and keep me for the Wedding Day.
Every bride must wear something old so you can clip a stitch or two and a wedding hanky will unfold.
If by chance it is a boy, on the day he is wed I can be presented to his bride. Won't she be proud to use the bonnet he wore upon his head.