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This book was reviewed on lace gumnuts:
This book has 24 double hearts, which can be used as small baskets (table decoration) or carried by the bride/flower girl/maid.
Each heart is big enough to learn a particular technique or ground, but not too big to finish within a reasonable length of time.
The hearts are less than a “hand” (4 inches, about 10cm) square and use between 7 and 10 pairs of bobbins. The handles use between 4 pair and 7 pair.
Some are made in a single piece (folded), some are split and need two pieces to be woven together to form the basket.
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