How to weave a tiny heart & make fun projects with them

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I have been having so much fun weaving tiny hearts!

I have been designing all manner of fun projects with the Dewberry Ridge Heart Loom-

What have I been using the hearts for? Well… things like a prayer flag:

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and amulet bags:

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and I fixed a placemat that had a frayed corner:

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I also made darling butterflies from the hearts. See this post: Link for a video tutorial on how to make them.

copyright Noreen Crone-Findlay

Β You can use the hearts on stuffed toys, bags, hats, scarves, shawls, stoles, mittens, socks, sweaters, vests, placemats, curtains, towels, stitch a pin on the back and wear it as a pin, weave them with handspun wool and felt them and wear them as earrings – there is just no limit to the things you can do with the sweet little hearts!

I’ve made a video of how to weave heart using the Dewberry Ridge Heart Loom:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hywtLUKJ_Ts

The link to buy the looms is: HEART

Happy hearts to you, and happy weaving!πŸ™‚

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10 responses to “How to weave a tiny heart & make fun projects with them

  1. Pingback: How to make a butterfly from woven hearts | Tottie Talks Crafts Blog

  2. Caroline

    Delicious! I have ordered a little heart loom, can’t wait!

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  3. Have to get one of these!

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  6. Emma Crew

    I just got one and I must say – adorable! I’m pondering the possibilities of working some up weave-it style – or simply plain weave with a needle – for a one-over-one fabric. Will share if they come out well!

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  7. Hi Noreen, 3 hearts with points at the center and an I-cord stem make an Irish clover for March and St. Patrick’s day.

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