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    What a cute idea. I may have to steal that one!

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    That is so cute!

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    I love the design of your heart. How did you do that? February is just around the corner and I would love to make something similar.
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    When I originally posted, I couldn't find the link for my inspiration. I drew my own heart, but here is where I saw it ... the website is on the .pdf
    http://www.quiltscapesquilting.com/r...20applique.pdf
    Thanks for all of your kind comments
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    Beautiful.

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    fantastic work
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Adorable! And I love the idea of hanging them around the kitchen to make it cheery.

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    That is so cool. Great Design.

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    adorable-it makes me smile too
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    Very pretty and great job.
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    Very pretty. Great way that you have created the loop to hang it up with.

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    Very pretty...love the swirly look it has.

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    What a pretty heart. It would look great in my kitchen.
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    Oh that's really pretty!
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    I love it.
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    Very cool! Great job!

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    How cute!!!

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    So sweet.
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    That is pretty. I saw a tutorial for this at Cutting Corners College by Riley Blake Designs a couple of weeks ago and search frantic for a template as my drawing is not the best. Went to dollar tree and brought the $1 valentine hearts with six in a pack, trace them on freezer and practice making the curves. Have not made one yet, but would like to make them into placemats for my Navy sons' as they host a lot of dinner parties. I like how yours turned out.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    It's stunning. What a wonderful idea. I also love the spacing and placement of the loop.
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    How big is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paoberle View Post
    How big is it?
    it's about 7" square
    Nancy in western NY
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    Nice heart. Love the shade of red expecially with the white.
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    Very Pretty!!

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    Did you applique that, or is that fused? If it is applique how did you do that center part? I can't quilt figure out how to do that? I am not very experienced at applique. I wanted to make 2 or three to make a table runner.

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