Valentine’s Day Heart – Free Crochet Pattern

I’m a busy bee trying to get some items ready for my Etsy shop in time for Valentine’s Day. One of my newest items is a cute crochet heart clip. Here’s the pattern for the heart that I am using for my clips. You can make this in any size and use it for clips, headbands, or any other Valentine-themed craft.

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Valentine’s Day Crochet Hearts

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Skill Level:

Easy

Abbreviations:

ch – chain
dc – double crochet
tr – treble crochet
sl st – slip stitch
[ ] – instructions to be repeated

Instructions:

Magic Circle, ch 3
Round 1: [3 tr, 2 dc, ch 1 into magic circle] twice; 3 tr, ch 3, sl st into magic circle, fasten off, weave all ends.

If you want to add the edging like in the picture above, here’s how:

  • With a category 2 fine yarn, sl st into one of the sts. 3 hdc into each st around. Join in the beginning hdc with a sl st.

 

I hot glued mine to lined alligator clips but these would be cute sewed onto headbands too.

 

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49 Comments

  1. THANK YOU for the heart pattern! I had another pattern that just wasn't turning out correctly. Found yours and wahla! Perfect heart and so easy. I love your flower alligator clips too. Do you have a pattern for them?
    Linda

    1. Hi Linda! Thank you so much! I do have a pattern for my flower but it's actually going up for sale in my Etsy shop soon as a paid pattern. But I'm selling it for $2 as a digital download

  2. Absolutely adorable! Your blog is super cute, too. THanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects!

    1. Thanks Sarah! I personally thought that learning to knit was harder than learning to crochet. I've been crocheting a lot longer than I've been knitting. It took me a while to get the hang of knitting. I was a bit intimidating but I think that we always consider whatever we learn first to be easier =) Thank you for stopping by! By the way I'm having a giveaway if you are interested in

    1. Thank you! A magic circle or magic loop is an adjustable ring that is great for when you are starting a crochet round. Instead of chaining, you can use a magic circle. Here is a link to a great tutorial on youtube:

      Hope that answers your question! =)

  3. these are so sweet! I found you via Ginger Snap Crafts linky party! I'll be sharing you with my sister (she loves to knit and crochet!) I'm off to your Etsy shop – glad I found ya!!

  4. I just am learning to knit. Next I want to learn how to crochet. These are so cute! Found you via mamabzz linkup I am @ DearCreatives.com if you'd like to drop by sometime.

    1. Thanks Theresa! I learned to crochet first and then learned how to knit. Not sure yet which is easier. There's still more for me to learn about knitting but I'm sticking to it. Good luck! By the way I love your blog!

      -Amy

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