This heart is much like heart #027, however the small heart piece in the blade has been extended to form a separate overlay-strip. Cut out four half-pieces, two of each kind (red and blue lines). Before you start weaving you must pair and join two different half-pieces to make a full heart piece. Now you must line up the heart pieces in the right way. There is a wrong way and a correct. You must make sure that the overlay-strips may join, i.e. where they meet the cuts must be different. When you start weaving you must consider that the overlays should also join in the right way, that is which strip it is that should go above when you start. Weaving is sort of “double”. You weave one square at a time. First you weave the massive square and then the overlay in the same way, but on the surface of the square so that you may see both overlays. It is a bit tricky. You do this for all four squares. Do not panic if everything looks a mess. If you have done everything correct it will line up nicely after weaving. Flatten the heart and pull the strips to form the right pattern in the centre. Finally join the overlays using the cuts.