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BeRibboned Heart, w/starching tutorial


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This pocket heart is a very versatile pattern. You can make a single layer, complete double layer, or heart with half pocket. The usages are numerous. Unstarched, it can be a gift pocket, a package decor or name tag, a corner bookmark. It can hold sachet or a gift soap or a gift card. In its starched form, it makes a lovely Christmas tree ornament, a wall hanging, a small floral bouquet holder. It is just so versatle and quick to work up. It can be crocheted in about two hours, so it is a quick gift, a fun carry-along project and a beautiful addition to your home. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic crochet stitches, work through two layers. Starching GAUGE In dc, 20 stitches is 1-7/8" (4.875 cm); 10 rows equals 1-5/8" (4.1 cm) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 3.5" wide x 4" tall SUGGESTED YARN 30 yards of Lace weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size 7 Crochet hook (1.65 mm), small scissors, size 10 thread, ribbon. Supplies for starching if desired.
  • Starch, rustproof pins, cardboard and plastic covering, spoons.

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Hands of Blessing Designs
Hands of Blessing Designs
In 2011 I retired from a 25-year career as a medical transcriber. I have a college degree in music education where piano was my major instrument. I learned to knit and crochet from my mom as a young child. By high school, I had knit myself a cardigan sweater, and since then I have knitted and crocheted hundreds of items. In the 1980's and '90's, I began to concentrate on thread crochet. I also began designing and have completely enjoyed this part of crafting. Now that I am retired, I have a little more time to actually document these designs. I am so excited about the possibilities available to me in the future. I designed a cape for my sister when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This event was an inspiration to me in designing to bless the lives of people in my life and to help you bless those you love. My husband and three sons (and two grandsons) are very supportive of my future design goals. You may see me riding down the road somewhere crocheting or knitting a new design as we travel. My love of music has also afforded me the opportunity to sing in a Sweet Adelines Chorus. This is another great joy to me. As you can see, I am able to use these "Hands of Blessing" in many ways. I hope you find a pattern in my library which will allow you to bless someone in your life.