Laura Kirby-Deacon says the hearts will help those who lose loved ones
Nurse Laura Kirby-Deacon wants people to send small handcrafted hearts to give to patients who contracted Covid-19 and their families.
Ms Kirby-Deacon, who works as a sister at the Great Western Hospital's intensive care unit, in Swindon, said the hearts could bring comfort to families, who have not been able to see a loved one before they die.
She said it was important to use clean yarn and seal them in a taped bag, such as a freezer bag or bin liner.
She also asked for the bags to be dated because 72 hours must have elapsed before they are safe to use.
Ms Kirby-Deacon urged anyone wanting to post a heart to send them to:
Brighter Futures at the GWH, Great Western Hospital, Marlborough Rd, Swindon SN3 6BB