Twelve Words Block of the Month: #2: February Adore
When I put my little ones to sleep at night, one of my favorite things to tell them is
“I absolutely adore you!”
I remember the first time they asked me what “adore” means, and I told them (because they were still so little), that adore means to not only love someone so so much, but to really really like them too. To think they are more wonderful than the moon, or the stars, or anything else.
To this day, when I tell them I absolutely adore them, they can’t help but smile, and neither can I.
So this block is to remind you to find, and surround yourself with people, and places, and memories that you like, love, even worship. That you adore.
solid strips for borders
(2) 12½” x 2” border strips (Dark Plum)
(2) 9½“ x 2” border strips (Magenta)
(1) 10” square (linen)
Using scraps, make an improv patchwork piece large enough to cut out the heart template.
Trace the heart on to fuseable web, adhere to the back of the crazy patchwork piece according to manufacturer’s instructions. Cut out on the line.
Fuse heart to the center of the 10” background according to manufacturer’s instructions. Using a small zig zag, or other decorative stitch, sew the heart to the background.
Trace the embroidery outline around the heart with an erasable marker.
Using a backstitch and two strands of embroidery floss, embroider around the heart.
Trim the square to 9½” square.
Sew the 9½” x 2″ borders to the left and right sides of the square. Press toward the border strips.
Sew the 12½” x 2″ borders to the top and bottom. Press toward the strips.
Click below to print the template and embroidery pattern.