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The perfect use for a tiny bit of Liberty, these sweet little love cards took me just 20 minutes.
What you’ll need is shown below. You can find the card blanks at Collage.
Fold your square or rectangle fabric in half and cut half a heart; open it and sew it to your paper.
Two tips I’ve learned: make sure you set your stitch length at 3-4 (so you don’t perforate your card), use an interfacing because part of your heart is on the bias and the bias will stretch it out of shape.
Here’s my first project from Vanessa Mooncie’s “Sew Adorable”. I told you all how many projects I found worthwhile in this classic book and now I’ll be making making what I love best. Stay tuned! This little linen aviator is exactly what I was looking to make for my son. The size run is 1-3 years. My sweet little model is 5 and it fits her perfectly so I’ll be subtracting an inch or two away from this pattern so it fits my babe. For this hat I used Robert Kaufman’s waterford linen and Michael Miller’s organic cotton sherpa. See you soon at the shop!
This holiday season wrap your gifts with something that doesn’t get thrown away!
For wrapping, you’ll need:
-square piece of fabric. I used 36”x36”