Thursday, February 8, 2024

Valentine Project Round-Up

 It's hearts and chocolate season! Valentine's Day is coming and you still have time to sew a heart-themed project! In fact, I'll be sharing how to create Confetti Heart Postcards tonight (2/8) in a FB Live on Thermoweb's page - I hope you'll join me! 

The Facebook Live session is in the Therm O Web Craft Room Facebook Group tonight at 7:30 PM CDT. Don’t forget to join the Therm O Web Facebook Group prior to the live by clicking here and answering the questions to join!


I've also collected some more heart-themed favorites to share with you - most are tutorials available on my blog; a couple are patterns to purchase. Enjoy and Happy Valentine's Day!

Puzzle Heart Mini Quilt
This no-sew heart is made using HeatnBond fusible applique and random rotary cuts. 

Two each blocks for a fabric version of the classic XOXO make up a fun wall hanging. I used Christa Watson's Gridwork collection.

I used an existing heart block pattern and a variety of Valentine colored solids to make this modern mini quilt. 

Flip Flop Heart Mini Quilt
Pick your favorite prints plus a contrasting solid to make these easy applique quilt. I originally designed this tutorial for PBS Fabrics. 

This is still a favorite of mine--a fabric tic tac toe board with Xs, Os and hearts.

Plus two quilt patterns:

This quilt pattern includes the lap-size quilt you see here, plus instructions to make a baby quilt and a throw pillow.

After I designed my It's a Swirl quilt, I saw some chocolate fabrics and realized how much these swirls looked like a box of fancy chocolates! These instructions are included in the pattern. The version shown below uses Benartex's Chocolicious collection.

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