Here, I am using the (Frayed) Heart Flower Feltie
Hoop either a clear water soluble stabilizer or a tear away stabilizer (personal preference).
Stitch out your placement line.
Because I wanted to give you options and I like options, this feltie stitches out THREE hearts :)
Lay your fabric OVER the placement lines.
Lay your fabric over the placement line for the larger heart.
Now flip your hoop OVER! Place your fabric on the BACK/UNDERSIDE of the hoop. Use adhesive spray to adhere the fabric.
Oh wait! There is another set of tackdown lines. Let's have some more fun :)
I have been using the word "fabric" instead of "felt" in this post.
Have you noticed?
Who says you can't use fabric on your felties?
Lay a few layers of fabric over your placement lines.
Lay a few layers of fabric over the large heart.
Don't forget to trim if your colors are overlapping!
Again, flip your hoop over.
I added a layer of flannel and a layer of felt.
Use some adhesive spray so it sticks.
Turn your hoop over and stitch out the final tackdown lines!
I allowed 1/8th inch of excess on my feltie.
I trimmed my frayed design a little more loosely. Once trimmed, "fray" your edges.
(The felt I used on the back is for additional support. I did trim that down to size.)
Using a hot glue gun or fabric glue, attach the hearts in the pattern that you like best!
But have some fun!
How many ways can you stitch out cute?