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Heartfully Pattern - VIDEO

I had hoped to get all the valentines/heart pattern videos done this week. Not to be. Ah, well!

But, I do have one! Yay! Heartfully - both versions and a little randomising.

The "machinery" sound in the background is my little upstairs heater - for whatever reason the sound amplified when I uploaded, so I would suggest turning your volume down :)



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Comments

  1. Wonderful and elegant pattern. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  2. Just beautiful Helen. I think you've given me ideas for some whimsical single flowers as well. Love the pattern, especially with your more "eclectic" grids. Thank you so much for the beautiful demos, and for sharing your wonderful patterns.

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  3. Thank you! Most delightful with a beautiful result!

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  4. Wow, I have to try this out. Wish me luck....

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  5. LUV it! Can't wait to create some. Thank you for the video and your beautiful artwork. Teppie

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  6. Great tutorial, Helen. I was working on a sheet of paper at the same time you were showing how to do it. I need to work a little on my hearts, but it is a beautiful pattern. Thanks for sharing your wonderful design!
    Barb, CZT

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  7. Helen, I want to thank you again for your video. It came at the perfect time. I am a US expat living in rural Mexico and as you can imagine art supplies are a bit hard to find. We have to go to a memorial for a dear friend who passed away yesterday and I have been racking my brain for some small memento to give to his partner. And your "heartfully" pattern gave me the idea to make him a homemade card with the help of your wonderful video. Your instructions are great and I think the card came out pretty good. Thank you so much and please keep the inspiration coming. Have a beautiful day!
    Teppie

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    1. A wonderful idea, Teppie - I'm sure it was appreciated :) Glad you found the video useful :)

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  8. What fun Helen! Thank you for your efforts. I have been playing with this all day--the results are amazing! Can't believe I did those! Christa

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  9. Thanks everyone! I appreciate you taking the time to comment :)

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