Heart #032

If you are fond of details, you may like this  heart. It is in many ways as heart #031. First you cut out four pieces, two of each, using four different colours. Then for each piece and each side you fold back the flaps twice so that they cover the top of the square meant…

Heart #031

Making this heart you have to use various techniques including joining, weaving, and folding. First you cut out four pieces, two of each, using four different colours. Then you join the pieces two and two using the slid in the blade. Before weaving plan carefully, all squares must show the same pattern spinning around the centre. When you start…

Heart #030

You need four pieces, two of each pattern. Use four different colours. Before you start weaving join two different pieces of different colour. When joining fold out the heart pieces and place them flat, one over the other so that they form a complete piece. Then join one blade face at a time using the two types of…

Heart #029

If you find that heart #028 is a bit over the top you may like this. The basic principle is the same.  You need four pieces. Two of each kind. Join two different pieces of different colour so that the overlays are on the same side. Then “double weave”. It is a bit tricky, but…

Heart #028

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…

Heart #027

Why not make a traditional heart using four different colours? Just cut out the four pieces and weave them together one by one. You need not join the small hearts in the blades until after weaving.

Heart #026

This heart takes time to cut out and weave, but it is not difficult. Each blade is made from four double corn ears and a piece of the bow. Before you start weaving you must make each individual ear joining one part of each shape (in different colours). You start weaving first joining the bow…