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Project

Love fabric... Love to sew!

What you will need

  • Old white sheet
  • Muslin
  • Piece of wool under the heart as a stabilizer
  • embroidery floss

Q&A with nannyjsewsweet@gmail.com

cozynestdesign asked:
Very pretty and creative!
nannyjsewsweet@gmail.com answered:
thank you :)
LiteMotif asked:
What a great idea!
nannyjsewsweet@gmail.com answered:
thank you :) I recommend starting with a bit larger piece of foundation than you think you will need so that you have room to play a bit with placement in the frame.
Krissy Wilkins asked:
I was so inspired by your project that I copied it for a friend who is going through such a difficult season in her life. I was surprised how quickly it came together and with such dramatic texture and simple beauty. Thank you for sharing this!
nannyjsewsweet@gmail.com answered:
I love that you used this idea to bless your friend :) Krissy, Thank you so much for taking the time to share that with me ! Blessed my day. I will say a little prayer for her tonight.
KraftyKimmi asked:
What a great idea!!!
nannyjsewsweet@gmail.com answered:
Thank you : )
piano player asked:
This is so simple, and yet so pretty. I know I am going to have to make my own.
nannyjsewsweet@gmail.com answered:
Thank you. I still love mine. Hope you love your's as much. It doesn't have to be perfect and still looks great. It has been a while since I made it and not sure if the video mentions how wide of strips to use but I think I used 1 1/2- 2 '' strips. I just ripped the sheets into strips. The torn edges give a little extra texture to the flowers : ) Thanks for sharing your thoughts : )