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Looking for the stitches for the hearts in this pattern

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Does anyone know the stitches used in making the 'hearts' seen here?

I am not looking for the entire pattern, only the stitches used to make the hearts.

The best photo to see the hearts is the 2nd one down on the right side of the main photo.

If I'm over-stepping the bounds I apologize.

 

http://www.etsy.com/listing/57115832/yellow-frilly-afghan-blanket?ref=sr_gallery_1&ga_search_query=frilly+yellow+baby+afghan&ga_search_type=handmade&ga_facet=handmade

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that looks like "heartwarming wrap" by Terry Kimbrough which is in this book http://www.123stitch.com/cgi-perl/itemdetail.pl?item=LA3267 the photo is not great on the cover.

it is a cluster-post stitch---a cluster that is formed around the post of the st in the row below.

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Thank you magiccrochetfan :)

I'll put that on my b'day wish list to hubby or my mom.

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that looks like "heartwarming wrap" by Terry Kimbrough which is in this book http://www.123stitch.com/cgi-perl/itemdetail.pl?item=LA3267 the photo is not great on the cover.

it is a cluster-post stitch---a cluster that is formed around the post of the st in the row below.

That is beautiful. Thankyou for the link to the pattern and thankyou IMYYarn for your request otherwise I wouldn't have seen this awesome pattern.

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kathy beat me too it !!!! It looks like the terry k one just as she said !!!!!!

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What I find really interesting and this speaks to the sheer genius of the designer - the hearts are created up side down. Wow!

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