Monday, February 6, 2017

Be My Valentine: Crochet Heart (Free Pattern)

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Here's a unique Valentine to give this February!  Of course, it makes a sweet little gift anytime of the year!

Materials
I used Sugar 'n Cream cotton yarn and an H hook. (I find it rather amusing that all but one of these colors has "hot" in the name.)

Pattern Notes
This is not a tested pattern.  It also presupposes a basic knowledge of crochet.  I'd rate this as an advanced beginner pattern.

Free Crochet Heart Pattern

Round 1 (Hot Pink)
Chain 4. Join.  Start like a basic granny square: chain 2, 2 dc, chain two, three dc. chain two, three dc.chain two, three dc. chain two, three dc. Chain two, join.

Round 2 (Beach Glass)
 3 dc, ch 2, 3dc in each corner, chain one between each corner.

Round 3 (Hot Purple)
Slip stitch to join in a corner.  10 triple crochet stitches into the chain one space.  Slip stitch in corner. 10 triple crochet stitches into the chain one space.

Round 4 (Hot Blue)
Single stitch around.
Note: Chain 2 at heart point.
Note: On purple, single crochet in each stitch but chain one between each stitch.

Round 5 (Hot Orange)
Slip stitch in back loop of the blue.
Note: Chain two at the point.

Weave in your ends and enjoy!



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5 comments:

  1. Grear for using yarny leftovers! Thankyou for sharing this pattern!

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  2. Love, love, love! Perfect without even trying. I searched the internet for a crochet heart. This is the only one I am saving the pattern to my reading list!

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  3. Can I substitute a size 10 crochet thread for this project?

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  4. I like the different colors that you chose. I wouldn't have thought to use orange, but it actually works very nicely.

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  5. I made a couple of your round coasters and now I see this heart shaped pattern so will be making my firt one tomorrow while my husband does the driving.some for me, some for my daughter and some for my daughter in law. I shall be busy. Thank you so much for your lovely patterns!

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