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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day, or why I love doing custom orders.

Hello everyone!  Today, on Valentine’s Day, I couldn’t ignore the topic of hearts, of course! We all know that the image of a heart is a symbol of love. This is explained by the fact that love serves as a connecting element in the world. Therefore, by creating a mirror image of the deuce, they get what is considered a symbol of love. The heart is the perfect image of love as the force that binds the world. That is why they speak of two halves of the heart.

Happy Valentine's Day!
red lace heart, embroidery FSL

I really enjoy making lacy hearts. By the way, my patterns are not always symmetrical. But I think it gives a special charm to the hearts.

I also enjoy weaving hearts according to the patterns of other masters. For example, a simple but very cute heart pattern from Handy Hands.

I especially like to weave lace for custom orders. Because when I create a product for a certain client, I think about this customer all the time. I imagine how happy my customer will be when he opens the box with the order. Oh, I always try to please and surprise my customers.

Today I finished solving another problem (ha-ha! not mathematical!).
Given: one pattern and two balls of pink and light green thread, shuttles and scissors.
Required: Make 12 different hearts in the same pattern.
Rate how I coped with this task! Yes, I got 12 different hearts. In addition, I can make 12 more options !

I will be grateful to you for comments and remarks. This will help me make my blog more interesting and useful. You can write comments by returning to the BEGINNING of the post and clicking on the word COMMENTS.

Happy Valentine’s Day! I wish you happiness, love and peace, my dear readers. And also I invite you to watch the video clip on my YouTube channel, welcome!

14 thoughts on “Happy Valentine’s Day!

  1. Beautiful! I’m barely able to tat with one shuttle, let alone three!! Your video makes it look easy, though, so maybe there’s hope for me yet!

    1. Thanks for the kind words and support for my blog, Amy! I’m glad that my video gave you hope and inspiration! Practice + practice + practice = and everything will turn out!

    1. Thank You very much, Margaret, for the kind words!

  2. Oh, on FB I hadn’t noticed closely what you did with the 12 hearts. Thought it was variegated thread. Now I understand and applaud 👏👏👏❤️

    1. Yes, the combination of two threads in these hearts looks like one colored thread. But I didn’t even think that you can buy such threads! Therefore, I created options using two shuttles and two different colors of threads. Thank you so much for the applause, Muskaan!

  3. They are beautiful! For a second they looked like variegated thread. I looked closer and loved the variables! Very inspiring! ❤️

    1. Thank you very much for the wonderful words, Judy! I’m glad my work inspires you!

  4. Super ces douze versions , merci beaucoup et surtout belle journée à vous en cette Saint Valentintine

    1. Merci beaucoup pour les bons voeux et le soutien, Carole!

  5. Love how you used two shuttles to bring in more colors. Thank you for being so giving with your patterns.

    1. Thank you very much for your comment, Susie, and for the kind words!

  6. Love how you incorporate such a feeling of love in your tatting!

    1. Thank you so much for supporting my blog and lovely compliments on my work, Diane!

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