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  • NEW DESIGN! - Fur Love - Fur Gets Into a Heart Forever!  Pattern cover showing finished small quilt and mini heart pillow/ornament!  

Not an animal lover?  That's okay because this design can be altered to work as a birth announcement, engagement/wedding/anniversary celebratory piece or just to say I love you!
  • Close up of woven stuffed heart!
  • "Fluffy's" little pillow or ornament!  Looks great hanging next to the quilt off the quilt rod, or placed in center of quilt.
  • Here's what we used to tease everyone when the design was in process!  But guess what?  These little individual blocks can also be used independently and stitched into small pillows, added to other quilt blocks or framed up!  So many possibilities!

Fur Love - Pattern


Product Description

"Fur Love" - Finished size 15 1/2" x 13 1/2" small quilted wall hanging and 5 1/2" x 4" mini pillow/ornament .  Can also be made into framed artwork or individual pillows! 

Features include: a stuffed and woven heart made from strips of wool, real hand and paw tracings, and a creative stuffed heart with dimensional ribbon wrapping it -  for an ornament or tiny pillow! This design features the exclusive use of Weeks Dye Works hand dyed threads! 

Not a lover of cat fur?  Well, great news!  This pattern has alternate design suggestions for using it instead as a birth announcement, engagement/wedding/anniversary celebratory quilt or pillow, or as three separate small pillows to say "I Love You!" to someone special!

Complete Kits are also available and include: a pattern, all the felted wools, all the hand-dyed Weeks Dye Works threads, freezer paper, wool batting and cotton backing/binding fabrics - yes, everything you need to make the design as shown!  The strips of wool for weaving the heart are even cut into 1/2" strips already!


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  1. Too many words! 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Jan 2022

    It would be helpful to have diagrams rather than so much wording. I find it difficult to picture in my head the steps the designer is trying to describe. Diagrams would be much more helpful. I really like the idea of the pattern and will make it in my own way.

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