For the Love of Crafting: Woven Heart Basket

Join us in celebrating Valentine’s Day with 5 DIY creations from the heart. Five incredible instructors will provide live demonstrations as they quilt, sew, knit, and bake all week long. On Friday, February 5th at 2:00 PM CT, learn how to make a woven heart basket with sewing expert Mister Domestic. Click here to download the materials list, patterns, instructions, and recipes!

Series Schedule:

Monday, February 1st at 2:00 PM CT – Chocolate Macarons

Tuesday, February 2nd at 2:00 PM CT – DIY Zipper Lip Pouch

Wednesday, February 3rd at 2:00 PM CT – Knitted Heart-Shaped Dishcloth

Thursday, February 4th at 2:00 PM CT – Quilt-As-You-Go “Backpack Buddy”

Friday, February 5th at 2:00 PM CT – Woven Heart Basket

Brought to you by:

https://www.craftsy.com

https://www.nationalquilterscircle.com

https://www.nationalsewingcircle.com

https://www.theknittingcircle.com

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68 Responses to “For the Love of Crafting: Woven Heart Basket”
  1. Joanne LaCasse
    Joanne LaCasse

    I was so excited to be able to take part in this workshop. I had done something very similar quite a few years ago at my kids’ school. Not only did the kids like it, so did the parents. Thanks for refreshing my memories, it made me smile and brought me joy. There is a similar pattern I made for a four leaf clover. Using a Kelly green fabric with a white contrast is refreshing, I look forward to taking part in another Webinar. This time I’ll remember the time difference between the time zones, avoiding an hour wait to get in. JoJo 🙂

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    • Kelly McBride
      Kelly McBride

      I have just become aware of you, Mister Domestic, through this class and I’m so happy to have found you! I love you and your class, fabulous!

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  2. Joanne LaCasse
    Joanne LaCasse

    Hello everyone from New Brunswick, Canada. Lovely to join you all. My name is Joanne or JoJo.

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  3. Sandie
    Sandie

    Loved the webinar and Mister Domestic, he’s fabulous! Hope there are many more coming.

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  4. elizabeth gilham
    elizabeth gilham

    when you folded over the 2 x 8 rectangels after the tape was on. did you fold under the edge or match raw edge to folded edge

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  5. Karen Price
    Karen Price

    Thank you so much Leah, Mister Domestic and Craftsy for such an enjoyable webinar. Mister domestic is a star! Please, please ask him to record more classes with Craftsy. His enthusiasm is infectious and he makes crafting even more fun.

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  6. Karen
    Karen

    What an inspiration – Thanks Mister Domestic, you bring so much joy. I’m rediscovering my love for crafting, and for learning new techniques. This little Aussie is grateful for the chance to bask in your glow 🌞

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  7. Joann
    Joann

    Thank you! Such a fun class w Mister Domestic. I love to hear people laugh and see people smile and he did a lot of that. Fun project to make fir my grandkids.

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  8. Tanya Smith-Presto
    Tanya Smith-Presto

    Omg!!! I adore him…loved the session. Made me smile and a happy break in my busy day! 💕

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  9. Valyncia
    Valyncia

    I had the best time with you!!! Thank you for the best Friday of the year and inviting me to your party 🙂

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  10. Rosemary
    Rosemary

    I’ve never seen a blue Oliso project iron, only yellow and pink. I have a pink one. They do get super hot so watch out.

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    • Vani
      Vani

      My first time here
      Loved it
      Interested to get details about the dream box and if possible (affordable) get one 👍😊
      Thanks again!

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  11. Jean
    Jean

    Joined late from South Carolina — so glad I can re-start after it’s over to see the beginning. Have loved these ! thanks

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  12. Fiona
    Fiona

    Just did my first embroidery design on a shirt with my Horizon MC 15000 so now just relaxing and enjoying.

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    • Jessica Sprague
      Jessica Sprague

      Thank you so much, Claudette! Glad to hear you enjoyed our live series. More to come this year!

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  13. ANGEL
    ANGEL

    Hello from frigid Minnesota! I will hold my question until I find out more about what this class entails

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  14. Darla Brown
    Darla Brown

    Looking forward to this project. I’ve done a similar project with construction paper but never in fabric

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  15. Lis Richardson
    Lis Richardson

    I am unable to download the materials list, instructions, and recipes as the link suggests. It takes me back to the sign-up membership page, even though I am already a premium member. There seems to be no work-around. Would love to get that information!

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    • Cathy P.
      Cathy P.

      Click on the picture rather than the text link. It still tells you to ‘sign up,’ I entered my email address and then it downloaded. They are trying to get new subscribers. It won’t create a new email if you’re already a member.

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      • Mary Kay Hogan
        Mary Kay Hogan

        What was the correction you made in the instruction sheet, at the beginning of the show? Just downloaded and now I forget what you’d said. Loving your tips about gluing over pinning.

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