Sunday, 15 November 2020

Sunday Stitch School - Lesson 152: Chain of Heart Stitch

 Thank you for all wishes of a speedy recovery - they worked a treat. I and my back are now back in action!

Today's stitch will make up a lovely chain, a Chain of Hearts. I followed the instructions of Natalie Stopka of

Here are my photo instructions:

You need three lines, a needle and thread.

Come out on the middle line.

Insert the needle in the middle line
above where you first came out.
Exit a bit above on the line to the left.

Anchor the stitch. You now have half a heart.

Make the other half in the same way to the right.


until you have a nice chain of hearts

Tip: Give the thread a bit of slack to make a soft shape.
Use narrower lines for a rounder look.

These three samplers are calling out for hearts.


  1. That's delightful! One of those stitches that shows just how versatile a stitch combination can become, especially when you can play with the tension. I think you will find some threads work more successfully than others, too...

  2. Glad to hear your back problem is better. I don't think I've tried stitching a chain of hearts.

  3. Dear Queenie, other beautiful stitches, I must telel you that I love your hearts :)

  4. Such a lovely stitch! I'm glad you're feeling better.

  5. This is such a cute stitch! Glad you are back.

  6. Glad your back is better! It takes a while these days for things to repair doesn't it!


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