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LiritKiraly
« on: December 05, 2011 06:48:02 PM »

I saw the beautiful filet stitch heart blanket on here a few days ago and I'd never heard of filet stitching, so armed with a little inspiration I google it! I guess it took me all of ten minutes to get a grasp of it, so I started on this pillow for a gift for my daughter. I know a heart is a simple shape and I'm certain there are thousands of patterns for them, but I made this one up on my own, without following a pattern. I'm pretty pleased with myself, and hopefully this pillow will be just the thing for her to take to school for nap time!

It's about 22cm x 22cm

Any comments or criticism welcome, any tips to help me improve would be awesome Cheesy
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Avaly
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2011 09:13:49 PM »

Hearts may be simple shapes, but that is a really cute pillow!  Great job!  I had to look google filet stitching after seeing this.  I might have to try that one of these days. 
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