Pot-pourrie Heart

South Maid #10 bedspread weight (make many from one ball).
1 yd of 1/4" ribbon.
Steel crochet hook size 7.
Finished size is approx. 4 + 1/2".
Make two: Row 1: Ch 6, sl st in first ch to form ring; (for beg. shell=ch 3, dc, ch2, 2 dc) in ring; ch 8; for Shell (sh)= (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in ring, turn. (2 shells, 1 ch sp).
Row 2: Ch 5, sh in ch sp of first sh, ch 1, 15 tr in next ch sp, ch 1, sh in ch sp of last sh, turn. (2 shells, 15tr).
Row 3: Ch 5, sh in first sh, ch 2, tr in next st, (ch 1, tr in next st) 14 times, ch 2, sh in last sh, turn.
Row 4: Ch 5, sh in first sh, ch 3, sk next ch sp, sc in next ch sp, (ch 4, sc in next ch sp) 13 times, ch 3, sk next ch sp, sh in last sh, turn.
Rows 5-16: Ch 5, sh in first sh, ch 4, sk next ch sp, (sc in next ch sp, ch 4) across to ch sp before last sh, sk next ch sp, sh in last sh, turn.
Row 17: Ch 5, sh in first sh, ch 4, sk next ch sp, sc in next ch sp, ch 4, sk next ch sp, sh in last sh, turn.
Row 18: Ch 5, dc first two sts of first sh tog., dc last two sts of same sh tog., ch 1, dc first 2 sts of last sh tog., dc last 2 sts of last sh tog., turn.
Row 19: Ch 5, sl st in ch 1 sp between shells. Fasten off.
You can either put some pot-pourrie or I put mothballs into mine and hang them off my coat-hangers.
Holding both sides of hearts tog., matching sts., starting at centre top, weave ribbon through ch sps next to shells working over 2 ch sps and under 2 ch sps..Tie a bow at the top.