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"Keep Me In Your Heart" was one of the last songs written and recorded by Warren Zevon as he was dying. It is a simple, beautiful song that makes my heart swell enough to hold all of those whom I love, every time I hear it.
This heart pocket is just the size for a sweet little something for someone you love: a piece of chocolate, a note that says "I love you," plans for a romantic night out. Whatever token of your affection it holds, it's sure to keep you in their heart.
Keep Me in Your Heart features a patch pocket with a simple intarsia heart. The pocket is sewn onto a plain background, and mounted on a frame of craft sticks. Decorative ties can be added to hang it from a hook, or magnets can be glued to the back of the frame.
16 sts x 21 rows = 2"/5cm in stockinette stitch.
50 yards of Fingering weight
I donít know if I think outside the box, but I usually color outside the lines. I definitely have my own sense of style, and my own sense of wonder, and I hope it comes through in my designs.