Monday, February 2, 2009

Total Eclipse of the Heart

I've just about finished my heart project. One more left to go and I will have 10 heart favor pockets. They each have charms inside from Oriental Trading Co.

Here are the latest. These are all lined and backed with pink and red fabrics. I used a cookie cutter as a template on most of them. The linen ones are done with Vikki Clayton's 35 count linen. I bought a grab bag of light neutrals to try this out. This linen is fabulous if you like the 35 count. I may become an addict!

Clockwise from the top:

Stitching cherub by Casa Mia
Monochrome heart by JBW
Love Bug by Erynne
Bluebird by San-Man Originals from a newsletter for members only
White dove by Kirsten
Candle and jam jar from Cross Country stitching magazine

17 comments:

Miss 376 said...

What a lovely collection

AngelSan said...

they are brillant ! well done !

mainely stitching said...

Great heart ornaments!!

laplandyellow said...

how nice to see you on mine new blog!!!i,me looking forwards to see more from you and i shall look more on your blog!!!!

Sandra said...

You have been busy doing your Valentine's stitching! They all look gorgeous Annie!

Liz said...

What a lovely collection of heart patterns! Full of love and beauty.

Pumpkin said...

Lovely job Annie!

Erynne said...

Busy hands!!!! Lovely!!! Wow, Annie! I love how you modified Love Bug to make it your own....so sweet!
Thanks for the links; I want to make that Stitching Cherub too!! :o)

TYFS!!!!

Rachel S said...

Those look fantastic! Love them!

Carolyn said...

Annie!!! What beautiful hearts and how neat making them into pockets. I just adore each and every one of them. Thank you for sharing them (and the links!) with us. :)

Kirsten said...

Great job Annie!

Sandra said...

Me again! You've been awarded! Go to my blog to claim your prize.

Mylene said...

wow! Well done, Annie. They all looks great!!

umintsuru said...

Hi Annie,

They are all beautiful. My absolute favourite is the one with the dove. How long does it take to make one?

Olenka's Stitches said...

Wow! What a lovely collection of hearts! Great job on finishing them!

Always smiling said...

Hi
Your hearts are gorgeous, what a clever idea using a cookie cutter to get the shape
I have blog hopped to you from Sue's blog, she is a friend of mine and I see you too are a gardener, hers is wonderful.
I shall pop back to see how yours is doing as the warmer weather arrives..
Chris

Jenny said...

You have been a busy bee Annie! All the hearts are adorable :-) A beautiful collection!