Sunday, January 09, 2011

Be Mine Blog Tour Day 1

Valentine Heart Ornaments



Supplies:
1 Layer Cake of Giddy by Sandy Gervais
or red, pink, aqua and cream scraps 10"X10"
Omnigrid Easy Heart Templates, or heart cookie cutters, heart shaped scrapbook templates etc.
Polyester fiberfill for stuffing
Batting scraps 10"x10"
Assorted sheer cream or red ribbons, 1/4" aqua rick rack at least 8" for each ornament
pinking shears
brown pigma pen or pencil
Embellishments:
red, pink or cream buttons
1/4" hexagons
mini yo-yo's




Instructions:
Basic Steps for a Heart Ornament
1. make quilted 'fabric'
2. wash and dry it
3. trace your heart template
4. cut out w/ pinking shears
5. cut out a backing
6. cut 8" ribbon for hanger
7. embellish w/buttons, hexies, or yo-yos
8. assemble and sew leaving a 1" opening
9. lightly stuff
10. Sew opening closed

 Choose 2 10" squares and layer with batting.

 Machine quilt with straight lines, or meandering. I chose straight lines varying the width 1/4" to a 1/2" apart.

 Once it's quilted, fold one side of the quilted piece over about 2 1/2" as shown.

 Using the medium sized heart template, place long side on the fold, and trace with a brown pigma pen or pencil.
Once I traced my shape, I pinned my piece in the center to avoid shifting.
*note*
{If you are using a cookie cutter, you would just trace the shape onto the quilted fabric and cut out.
 No need for the fold.}

 Cut on the line with regular scissors for some hearts and pinking shears for others.

For one style heart ornament, cut a plain fabric using the same sized shape.

Pin the ribbon the right side of the backing fabric, and lay right sides of the quilted piece to the right side of the plain fabric. Sew around the outside edge leaving a 1" opening for stuffing. Slip stitch to close.
I added buttons to this design before I sewed the hearts together.


 The next quilted fabric I made, was 2 10" Giddy squares that already had squares in the design.
I followed the 'lines' with my quilting.

To add more interest/texture to this fabric I soaked the quilted fabric in water.
Then dried it in a hot drier.
Now it looks like a 'washed' quilt.
This is the secret to making them look the best I think.
 I followed my same procedures of folding my quilt fabric 2 1/2"
and tracing the heart template.
 The brown is so faint that you can barely see it. This is perfect since I am leaving the edges raw on these hearts.

 Use Pinking Shears to cut out the heart(s)
 Here is the other side of the quilted fabric. 
 By using 2 different prints I can choose either side for the ornament!!
Cut out a matching plain fabric with pinking shears.
This is also a time to plan what type of embellishments you might like, buttons, yo-yo's or hexies.
I would sew these on to the front heart before stuffing and sewing.

 Layer a quilted fabric with a plain fabric, sandwiching an 8" ribbon for a hanger in between.
This will result in a raw pinked edge.

Sew along the pinked edge about 1/8" from the edge. Be careful that you are catching the top and bottom fabrics.
Leave a 1" opening.

Stuff lightly with fiberfill.
Continue to sew closed.

 Here's my 'quilted' fabric after I cut out various heart shapes.
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Pieced quilted fabric hearts....

Cut {35} 1 3/4" squares from your layer cake squares.

Begin by sewing the squares into rows.

 I pin just about everything.

 
 Sew the rows together.

 The result is a slightly wonky pieced block about 8" x 6".

 Layer with batting.
*I did not use backing for this heart fabric*
 Quilt lines through the center of the squares as shown.
Then just as I did for the first quilted fabric piece, I soaked this quilt with water and dried it in a hot drier to give it a crinkly look.

 Fold over the quilted piece 3 1/2" and trace the large 5" heart shape.

 Cut out with pinking shears.

 My piece resulted in 4 varied size pieced hearts.

With 2 of them, I sewed each of them to the end of cotton tape with a plain fabric backing. Again sewing 1/8" around the edge and catching the tape in between the layers.

 I also layered quilted hearts, sewing one heart to another before sandwiching with ribbon and stuffing.
I made tiny yo-yo's in coordinated colors and used {3} 1/4" hexies for applique as well.


The skies the limit with these.
 After making several ornaments, I found that I like the raw pinked edged ornaments best.
My absolute favorite is the lil hexie heart.

The pdf version is HERE.

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Now for the awesome giveaways!

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Leave a comment on THIS post to be entered to win
 a $50 gift certificate from the Fat Quarter Shop 
or 13 Bliss fat quarters (donated my me!). 

To be eligible for the Grand Prize $100 Gift Certificate: Leave one comment on each Blog Tour participants' project/day for ALL 7 days.


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Hillbilly Handiworks said...

Cute heart ornies!!

Of course I am first. Someone has to be. The rest can thank me. LOL. Sure would love that Bliss fabric though!!!

lisa said...

cute cute! I need somethign valentines-y around the place. I wonder if I will ahve time to make those....hmmm.

KatesBlog said...

Thanks Vickie, very cute. I will try a couple. Appreciate all the work you put in to create the tutorial.

Kristen said...

Cute! Great idea for the holiday!

Mamacessories said...

Great tutorial! Thank you for sharing it. I love the idea of heart ornaments and I know I will find so many places to use them as an added embellishment after Valentine's Day.

Maria

Wendy said...

Love the cute little hearts. I will be making some for my heart tree.......great fun in the making of these.

Amy said...

Very cute! I especially like the pieced heart. Thank you for the tutorial.

webmailaddress2 said...

What pretty ornaments! I especially like the patchwork one.

Wendy B said...

They are so sweet.....now, which one to begin with???!!!!
sugary hugs
Wendy B :O)

DD Lindsey said...

Cute project...love Valentine's day :)

robin said...

Wow that patchwork heart is cute! :)

Wendy said...

What fun, cute hearts! My girls would love these around the house or to give to friends on Valentines day! Thanks Vicki!!

~happy hugs to you~

unfinishedquilts said...

Too cute! I am in so much trouble! I have never decorated for holiday's (aside from the simple Christmas stufff) but if I keep looking around at blogs, I am in deep trouble!
Thanks, these are adorable!

Melissa said...

Super cute! I don't usually decorate for V-Day but these will change my mind!

tpott said...

This would be a great gift for my parents, my maiden name is Valentine!!! Thanks for the tutorial and the chance. Love the Bliss fabric;)

Deb said...

I love those hearts and especially the pieced ones.

Alisa said...

I love Valentines Day. That looks like a fun project. Thanks for sharing. I also love guilt free shopping. Thanks for the chance.

paulette said...

Thanks Vickie! Adorable!! And thanks for the chance to win your give away!
Paulette

piecesofold said...

Very cute heart ornaments - can't wait to try them. Love the embellisments.

Ange said...

Such adorable ornaments. We don't have a tree but I'll find someplace to hang them. :-)

Lindsay Conner said...

V-day already? I guess it's time to look through my stash!

Amy said...

My sister loves all things hearts and Valentine's! I'm totally going to have to make her some of these! Love them!

Carol said...

Wow, you heart ornaments are so cute and your tutorial for them is so great. Thank you for starting this blog tour.

Pepe said...

Pretty idea! Why not a S. Valentin's tree?

Noela said...

Love these little heart ornaments especially the small pieced squares one. Good for Christmas as well. Thanks for the tutorial.

Heather Acton said...

Cute hearts. Love the fabric!

Janet said...

Cute little hearts. And when does the Valentine tree come down?

Teresa Felgueiras said...

Lovely hearts. Good for Valentines or Christmas. thank you very much.

Jane said...

Very cute ornaments. Thanks for the great tutorial.

Orcsmom said...

Too cute, can't wait to make them!! Hugs!

Pam

Lotta said...

Very cute hearts! I'm most definately going to make some.
Lotta in Sweden

JudyB said...

Love the fabric you used and great ideas to get started for Valentine's Day - thanks!

Carol in E TN said...

Very cute! I like the red heart with the aqua yo-yo! Will be fun to see all the tutorials this week.

Tracy said...

Those are so cute! I'm definitely going to have to make some hearts for my Christmas tree as well as to make some for Valentine's Day. :)

Thank you for the tutorial. :)

JudyB said...

Love the fabric you used and great ideas to get started for Valentine's Day - thanks!

Susanne said...

I LOVE hearts! Thank you for this instruction :)

Victoria said...

Very cute hearts, great tutorial! I'm going to make some for sure!
Jana in Prague, Czech Republic

Laurie in Maine said...

Finally the blog tour day is here! Have had this icon in the toolbar so I wouldn't forget and still I found it by chance blog hopping this morning with my coffee. Should be quilting that darn UFO #1 of 2011 instead of playing on computer...

Hayley M said...

I've never really been one for celebrating Valentine's day, but i don't think even i can resist making some of those cute ornaments this year! :)

Thank you,

Hayley

Quiltjane said...

What a fantastic idea. I love the new fabric from Sandy.

Christine M said...

Thanks for the tutorial. Those little heart ornaments are so cute.

Kriza said...

lovely project, thanks! I wonder if I can have my sewing machine repaired in time to make some...
Kristina

Manda said...

Grear tutorial.. those hearts are really cute!

Pontos da Flávia said...

how beautiful! I love to decorate home with hearts-ornaments!
Thank you for the nice giveaway!
xxx Flávia

Carin said...

I love those hearts, very nice !!

Merete said...

The hearts are so adorable! Thanks for the tutorial. I would love me some Bliss FQs :o)

Chocolate Cat said...

Can't wait to make some of these, thanks for the great tutorial and giveaway!

Suzan said...

So cute! I may have to have a Valentine's tree this year!!

quilary said...

Very cute little hearts - I'm almost tempted to leave the Christmas tree up till Valentine's Day just to have the hearts on show longer!

Martina said...

Lovely hearts! Thanks for the great tutorial! I am thinking to hang some at my window!

Eileen said...

So cute, and so is your tree. Those Plates are perfect for these hearts. Thanks for the ideas. Eileen

Lexi said...

So sweet! Love the new ideas that will be coming through.
lexilucas@gmail.com

Dorothy said...

I can't wait to get started on these. Thanks so much. I kept 1 small tree out, so I could have a Valentines day tree.
Thanks!
Dorothy in IL

Jen said...

These would be so cute to hang from the ceiling. Thanks for the great idea! And the giveaway'

Peach Rainbow said...

A Cute Little Heart :)
Thanks for the giveaway!

Carol said...

Thankyou for the cute heart pattern. It would be a lovely pattern to use for Christmas decorations too. I really like the fabric too.
Carol in Australia

Nancy said...

So cute. Love them on the tree.

Nancy said...

The hearts are so very cute!

Nancy Sue said...

Vickie, what a fun tutorial! Thank you for putting together the tutorial, and I can't wait to whip some up and get into the valentine spirit :)

Dorian said...

That's cute Vicki. Thanks for a chance at winning.

Melissa said...

These heart ornaments are adorable and fun:) I can see myself placing them in every room of the house to brighten it up and be festive:) Thanks for hosting such a fun give away and project!

Sarah Craig said...

What a great idea! Quick and easy, too!! And oh - - - a chance to win some Bliss???? Awesome!!!

Linda said...

Very cute hearts - and I love that stack of Bliss! It would be such fun to play with at my house!
ltenhage@gmail.com

Donna said...

The hearts are adorable. Thanks for the tutorial. And, much thanks for being part of this blog hop. I love the inspiration, creativity and fun so generously given by those of you who take the time to organize these hops. Happy quilting!

Janet said...

Darling heart ornaments - very clever. Do you leave your little tree up all year? I have Easter ornaments, but by Easter have long since taken down the little trees and never have a place to put them.

jfquilts@gmail.com

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

What adorable little hearts Vickie - and the perfect fabric!

Rose said...

Great instructions and very cute project.

deborah said...

The hearts are so fun..and since my little trees are still 'up', I'll just decorate them for Valentine's day:) Thanks for being a part of this blog hop!

annemarie said...

Absolutely lovely - you are so very talented.

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

Vickie, these are absolutely adorable!!! Thanks for the pdf :)

Barbara said...

fun fun - thanks for the pdf !

Jenny said...

adorable heart ornaments...fun project with the kids

Kathy B. said...

I have a mini pine tree that I put on my kitchen island for the first time this past Christmas. I think I may have to get it back out to decorate with some of these cute Valentines. Thanks for the pattern ideas and great tutorial! Lucky us that you have started this blog tour (and for putting the whole idea together!)

Simone de Klerk said...

Thank you for sharing this lovely project with us. Love the way you made so many different heart versions!

Melissa Clifford said...

I love those! How cute and fresh. There are so many uses for these ornaments. Let's see...you could use for V day of course, change fabric for Christmas ones, make name tags for gifts, tie on luggage to help identify yours, and more I'm sure. Love it!

Rick, Sue and the family said...

Such beautiful colors, it takes away from the winter darkness and adds such vibrance to my heart! Thanks for sharing your lovely projects!

Melanie said...

Who can't smile at a heart?!?!? Darling idea...

mama dub said...

What a cute and easy idea. I really like that you wash and dry the quilted fabric for that crinkly soft look. Great choice of fabric too. Thanks.

Tiffaney said...

Cute hearts. Thanks for putting this blog tour together. It is going to be so much fun.

In the Heart of Happy said...

Man...awesome post...now I want to go make hearts. Thanks for posting this adorable project! I have been so excited for the blog tour.

rebecca said...

So stinkin cute. You did it again!!

rockgranny said...

Very cute hearts. Thanks for the great tutorial and giveaway.

Katie said...

Cute hearts! Now I've got to make some! Thanks for sharing!

Laura said...

Love these! Lots of variations!

SoozeM said...

Awesome tute, just love those hearts!! Thank you so much for doing this for us!

Christa V said...

What a great project. So simple yet elegant. I really love the "wonky" hearts. Keep up the amazing creativity.

Christie said...

Way cute!!! Your tutorial is excellent. Will be "hearting" in the sewing room today! Thanks a bunch for sharing. HUGS... and stitches

Annie said...

Awesome tutorial.
On a side note, I am getting a new machine for my birthday and I am wondering what machines other quilters use and love. Any thoughts?
annie@thepurcell.com

Quilt n Queen said...

Adorable project, my grand daughter (age 8)has made doll quilts. This would be a great project for her to help make. Great way to use up small batting pieces.....also a to decorate a class room.....thanks sEw much for this fabulous idea:)

Jean Burke said...

Your ornaments are adorable - thanks for sharing. I'm so excited about the tour. I love your tree - I may have to get my little tree back out of the attic! Thanks again.....piece.

Sandy E-H said...

Love your little Valentine hearts. Years ago as a new wife and mother I made hearts for my Christmas tree similar to yours. I didn't do the cute embelishing though...no yo-yo's. It was good to be reminded........
Sandy E-H
Bemidji, MN

AMKreations said...

What a great project...so cute! and very easy to follow, thank you!

I would love to win that BLISS FQ bundle...I love that fabric!

Alicia said...

Lovely and colorful valentines, will enjoy making them. A nice gifty item to tuck into a greeting card.

Duff said...

adorable! I was in a quilt shop yesterday and they did the same thing but with Lakehouse daisies--it was so springy to be walking among the flowers; now imagine your hearts with their flowers--what a combination!!

Cindy said...

I keep a little tree up year round with white lights in the Dining Room and these would look so darling on the tree for Valentine's Day. I think I might begin to work on a few today.

Thank you for such a fun, easy and quick project to make. AND, I can include our granddaughter in making these too.

Diane Gill said...

Love, love those little hearts!! Thanks so much for the tutorial. The colors are wonderful and vintage.

Mary said...

The hearts are so cute - I love the variety! Thanks for a chance to win.

The Purple Turtle said...

these are super cute, and they would make a great "theme" project to make with my students!!

=)

Peaceful Piecer said...

Thanks for the tutorial and a chance to win!

Linda said...

Awesome project! Love all of the hearts. They are just darling. This will be a great Valentine's project to make with my girls! Thank you!!

Kelly Ann said...

stinkin' cute and stinkin' easy...

Beth said...

Very cute! I need more V-Day decorations!

Cindy said...

Very cute hearts!! Thanks for the tutorial.

Jackie said...

The hearts are cute and look easy peasy thanks to your great tutorial! I'd love to be entered for a chance to win!

Sarah N. said...

Adorable ornaments! You could do this with any shape really.

THanks for the great giveaway!

In the Heart of Happy said...

I wrote a post to promote your Blog Tour...hope you get a chance to come see it!

http://marphilback.blogspot.com/2011/01/since-holidays-are-over.html

Stormy Days said...

Cute hearts, I really like the layered ones. Thanks for the lesson.

CaraQuilts said...

Adorable!! I love it!

Lori said...

What cute hearts! Thanks for the tutorial and a chance to win!

Darlene said...

Love this tutorial. My favorite heart is the patchwork one! Thanks for a chance to win.

Mimi said...

You have created some very sweet hearts - thanks for sharing your ideas!

chelsea said...

Love this. My daughter and I are going to have to try a couple.

Material Mary said...

Love the great project. I'll have to give it a whirl. Thanks for sharing.
Mary

quilter000 said...

Oh how cute! Perfect for the next holiday.You are ahead of the game as usual. Sandy's fabric is great for them . Thanks for the fun, hope my name get picked by the mschine!! Patty Hall

Karenkay said...

So adorable....thanks for the clear instructions!
And I Love the Bliss Fabric!!

Laurie said...

I'll make some of these today while hubby is watching football! Thanks for the project!

deserae said...

Cute idea! I love all the variations! :)

Sandy said...

Thanks Vickie for the great project. I think that I will start today instead of watching FOOTBALL!

harleywife57 said...

I like the pinked edge one also , and the patchwork ! thanks for sharing and the chance to win !! do you leave your tree up all year to decorate ?

Michelle said...

Those ornaments are adorable and so easy!! Thanks for a chance at a great giveaway!!

Brooke said...

Fantastic! These make me "giddy". Ha! I'm always eager for a quilting project that is quick and fun. A Valentine tree will help ease the loss of our Christmas trees! :-)
Brooke

thomas said...

Those are adorable hearts. And at this rate my Xmas tree may still be up for V-Day...

Angie said...

Excellent tutorial, and I love the hearts! Definitely have to make a few of these as gifts. :) Thank you so much for sharing with us.

Aubrey said...

VERY CUTE!!!

Deb said...

Lovely! I love the Bliss fabric but I might spend the $$ for some Sunkissed. :)

WoolenSails said...

You tutorial is wonderful and love making things from scraps

Debbie

Mommarock said...

Very cute projects! There were some new tools there that I havn't seen before..which is great, I always like to learn something new. I would love to be entered to win the Gift Cert.

Marj said...

Very cute hearts! Thanks for the chance to win fabric!

wendysquilting said...

I love your hearts esp the patchwork ones! what a fun project so tempting to order some Giddy for myself too.

Stephani said...

First blog of the morning, first "heart" project of the season. Really cute. I like the two hearts connected with ribbon; would make a good bookmark or decoration, or just because!

dawson.tracy35 said...

Love that tutorial! I am gonna try it out! Thanks for the great giveaway and I cant wait to see the rest of the tour!

Tracy

dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

LJ said...

those are really cute hearts!!

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

Such cute hearts! thanks for the easy to follow instructions. And of course I would LOVE to win the giveaway !!

annmarie said...

Darling hearts & great tutorial - thanks.

sunny said...

Well, I guess I'll have to change my plans for today, and make these adorable hearts today. Thanks for a great tutorial.

Briarside Lane said...

Oh, these are sew cute!
Fun project and great tutorial. And I have THE PERFECT tree for them.
Thanks! ...Karen

Kate said...

Adorable! They would look great hanging across the mantel since I don't have a Valentine's tree. :)

Lisnaweary Quilts said...

These look great, love the 'Giddy' fabric!

Florence said...

Lovely idea and great tutorial !
Thanks !

Kim D. said...

Your little heart ornaments are adorable Vickie! I was planning to make some wool and cotton hearts this week for Valentine's gifts. It will be fun to make a few from your wonderful tutorial. Thanks!

DebrafromMD said...

I'm so excited that the blog hop has begun. I need some Valentine decorations. Great hearts!

Barbara said...

How cute are those little heart ornaments! Love them...thank you for the tutorial!

Tracy said...

Adorable hearts - going to have to make some right away! Looking forward to this blog hop.

Leanne said...

Those hearts are very cute!

Lynnae said...

Soooo cute!!! My mind in turning on all of the possibilities. Love them!

scottylover said...

So cute! thanks for the tutorial! Love the Giddy fabric, too!

Sandy A

Kathy H said...

Cute heart ornaments. Your directions were very helpful and clear. I am still putting the Christmas decorations away and am getting in the mood to decorate for valentine's day.

Kari said...

Cute! Those would be great for Christmas too.

Jayne said...

Vickie, these are darling hearts. And your detailed instructions plus pics are excellent! Great way to begin the Be Mine Blog Tour!
Jayne

Carly said...

Adorable and I love Giddy! Great tutorial and giveaway!

Mary Anne Drury said...

Very cute !!! and I can leave my Xmas tree up and just change the ornaments !! (but i guess when the tree turns brown and keels over, I will finally have to take the ornaments off and pitch the tree)

Lauralee @ The Eclectic Stitcher said...

What a wonderful project ~ I've got tons of scraps to use ;o) Thank you for the tutorial! And I would love love love to win the fabric!!!

KristyLou said...

Wow! Those are really neat looking!

Heather S. said...

Very sweet project :)

Marsha said...

What a cute idea! Thanks!

Sunnybec said...

Thank you so much for the tut. I bought some heart ornaments this year and have been looking at them carefully to see how I can make some myself...this tut will now help me. Thanks for the chance to win in your giveaway too. Linda

dianne said...

you make that look so easy! thank you!

Quilt Hollow said...

I'm really looking forward to this week and checking out all the creative quilters! I love a wash,dry and crinkle heart!

Jessica said...

What cute hearts! I love the colors in the Giddy collection.

Kelly said...

These hearts are adorable. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

Caryl W said...

These are really cute heart ornaments! Thanks for sharing and giving us so many ideas!!

AnneMarie said...

Super cute Vickie! nice work on a lengthy tute - can tell you put a lot of work into it! See ya next weekend!

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

Oh my gosh...so cute! Thanks for the idea and for the chance to win:)

Rosa said...

Adorable and cute hearts project.thanks you for the tutorial.

I`d love to win the fabric.!!

Tracy said...

What a wonderful project! Thanks so much for sharing, I can see these being used in sooo many ways!

Karen said...

Love the hearts. What a cute idea. Thank you for sharing.

elizabeth said...

Wonderful tutorial! I have some heart fabric that I can use for this project, but the Giddy is awfully cute too ; ) I will be making some this very afternoon...thanks for the inspiration...I think I will make the pieced one a mug rug to enjoy as I sit at my computer!

Darlene Gerber said...

These are great ornaments!! I hope the templates are available locally.

Kathy said...

What a cute idea! Thanks for the tutorial.

Malmbergs said...

A 'hearty' thank you for sharing.

barberg@sbcglobal.net

Nancy said...

The hearts are really cute!

Carol said...

Cute heart ornaments. I love your idea to have a Valentine tree. Giddy fabric is the cutest.

delcrafts said...

Love these heart orn. great tutorial. Plan to make some for me and my daughter-in-law for our VAlentine tree. Keep on sewing and creating

Tonya said...

Those ornaments are just too cute!

Anonymous said...

Thank you Vickie and all you talented bloggers for the great Valentine projects! You make my day. Please enter me in your drawing and I look forward to the upcoming week's of projects.
Beth in AL
bhambeth (at) gmail (dot) com

Kigwit said...

Adorable. I love the wrinkly look of the washed fabric. And I love the patchwork heart!

Scott and Jess said...

thanks for sharing this cute idea

RenegadeQuilter said...

Love these!!! I might have to make them for my quilty friends as Christmas gifts this year.

Lynn W, aka Alamosa Quilter said...

Your heart ornaments would also be really cute made out of Christmas prints as Christmas ornaments. I'm going to save your tutorial in my "ornament ideas" folder for when I start thinking about my 2011 ornaments. Thanks!

And thanks for a chance to win such great giveaways!

Jill said...

What a cute idea, my girls will loves these. Thanks for the great ideas and a chance to win.

Crazy Lady said...

What a fun and easy project. I always enjoy your creative ideas!

ferne said...

Very cute project! I could think of lots of ways to vary each one, so it could keep my busy for quite a while.

Anonymous said...

Very cute project.....makes me want to run downstairs and get started...but wait I can't....my sewing room threw up and I have way too many projects started.

Cindy
frazzyus@yahoo.com

krisgray said...

Great tutorial - love all the pix.

Diane H said...

Be still my heart! Thanks for this - really love your little hearts.

KaHolly said...

Oh, what fun! A different and very pleasing twist to a project I've done before!! I love the look. ~karen

Nanbon44 said...

great little project, they would be perfect filled with some lavender and put in my Valentine baskets for friends.

Cindy N. said...

Love the little hearts..gonna go make me a few right now!! Thanks for the great pattern.

Mumbly52 said...

What a sweet project!! This will be such fun! Thank you so much!

Marianne said...

Great project, thanks. It would be "blissful" to win this great giveaway.

jillquilts said...

OH those hearts are sooo cute! And I love that fabric... Haven't seen that before. I hope I can forget about it and not feel the need to buy any! lol

Polly said...

WOW! Such creativity. And the tutorial is blissfully wonderful. Thank you for all your effort. Thank you for the opportunity to win such a generous gift.

Patty said...

Really darling project, thanks for the great giveaway.

Jamie Mueller @ SunFlower Seeds said...

these hearts are super cute!!! I can't wait to make some!! Thanks for the tutorial!

Delores said...

Your hearts are so cute! Would love to win some awesome fabric from the Fat Quarter Shop!! Thanks for the chance.

Nanci said...

Very cute project and can't wait to make some of my own. I would love to win some Bliss.

Meredith said...

Cute ornaments, perfect for valentines day! Thanks for sharing.

Tiffany said...

This doesn't look too hard! Thanks for the tutorial!

Marilyn said...

Great idea! I think I'll be buying some Giddy fabric soon. Thanks for the idea.

Joyce said...

Thanks for the wonderful tutorial. They hearts are so cute!

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