One of the wonderful things about working with recycled materials is that a determination to not let anything go to waste fuels creativity. These hearts came into being when a tattered vintage bedspread landed in the clutches of my stash. I just started cutting. They’re rustic and freeform. No one heart looks like another. And they’ve been embraced, so I keep making them.
These are simple and sweet, and there isn’t too much more to say. I have some complete and ready to ship and will make more as needed as long as I have or can find chenille bedspreads in need of a new meaning of life.
Measure roughly 6″. Remember, it’s wild and crazy freehand cutting. No patterns to see here.
Price is per each.