29 Jan 2014


Just one
How i started the heart
First of all I sew the heart and stuff it
- then went over the seam with chain stitches
and on the backside I am wrapping the backside chain stitches
with simple whipping stitches
The back side
When this is done I do my clean-cutting around

The back side
and I did a bit of embellishment on the back - lazy daisy stitches

The heart is not symmetrical so I had to shift the hanging thread a little

the finished give-away
I am using the print as guideline for my tiny embellishments.

Bye bye for today


  1. I like this - so simple and pretty!

  2. This is nice. The heart with the flower is pretty, love the colors. I only know a few stitches and hope to add more to my dolls clothing in the future.

  3. It is always smart to use a print to stitch on; instant pizzazz!

  4. I do like that you have embroidered the back too Anneliese, very nice

  5. Very cute - I see Christmas decorations...

  6. So cute! Little treasure..

  7. This is a far better idea than trying to turn the thing inside out. They always end up a bit deformed. Nice stitching, once again Anneliese.

  8. Hello , my name is Dawn your my one stop on the blog party, Hope that I soon will be friends with all of you cyber neighbors. I just say that 600 plus bloggers that sign up to the Party and I am only up to 276 whew a lot of good read and great giveaways. Thanks for this opportunity to join friends with you and be apart of your giveaway. Can't wait to see more of your great projects in the making. My site overboardcreations.blogspot.com and contact info is ovr_brd@yahoo.com
    oh my a heart the tin man said he needed a heart.


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