They are for sale everywhere if you are not confident at sewing. But I will show you how they are made.
First I chose the fabric, gingham is one of my favourites, but you can use anything you have.
Then I used a template I had. It came out of one of my craft books, but you can draw a heart onto
a piece of card and use over and over again and it will of cost you nothing.
I cut our 4 white large hearts and 2 smaller blue gingham hearts.
You put the gingham heart on top of the white one. Then I found some blue embroidery thread.
I did blanket stitch all the way round. (you could just sew round the gingham heart onto the white
Then I put the two white hearts back to back and machined all around the edge, leaving a small
Then you turn the heart the right way round and stuff, hand sewing the gap closed.
I used bias binding to make a hanging loop, but you can use ribbon or even string.
Next I raided my button jar to find 2 red buttons. One was heart shaped the other was round. I
attached the bias binding to the top and sewed one button on each heart. and there you have it two
Here are a few more hearts I have made. They are on display on my walls.
Have a go they are really easy and quick to make. You can make all different designs and colours
to match your interior. Or make tiny ones to hang on your Christmas tree.