Valentine Brooch Directions

Cranberry Wool Felt – small amount
Rose Wool Felt – small amount
Off White Wool Felt – small amount
Cranberry Embroidery floss
Green Embroidery floss
Stuffing – wool, cotton or polyfil – small amount
3/4” – 1” bar pin
Copy of Pattern

[1] Print pattern and use to cut felt as follows:
          2 large hearts – cranberry
          1 medium heart – rose
          1 small heart – off white

[2] Using 3 strands of cranberry floss, blanket stitch small heart to medium heart.Transfer flower design to small heart. Using 6 strands cranberry floss, embroider flower on white heart using a lazy daisy stitch. Using 6 strands green floss, stem stitch stem, and use detached chains to add leaves.

[3] Attach medium heart to large heart using 6 strands of cranberry using a small running stitch.

[4] Pin the embroidered heart to the heart backing.Using 3 strands of cranberry floss, blanket stitch the front to the back leaving an opening as indicated on the pattern.

[5] Using a small amount of stuffing, stuff the heart to create dimension but do not overstuff. The heart should look stuffed, not bulging.

[6] Tack bar pin to the back of the heart as indicated on the pattern. Note: If you are making a necklace out of the heart, do not add the pin. 

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