This time of year I can’t get enough Hearts. Here are 2 more crochet heart patterns that work up very quickly and look so romantic! ❤
I feel that both of these hearts can be called Easy for an experienced crocheter. They are great scrap stash buster projects.
Crochet Project Notes – Hearts
For the Red Heart I used Caron Simply Soft in color Autumn Red and I/9 hook.
For the White Heart I used Red Heart with Love Metallic in color White and K/10.5 hook. This yarn has a silver thread running through it that makes it sparkle in the light.
YouTube Crochet Tutorial Links & Info
- Posted by – Crochet Lovers
- Video Link – How to Crochet a Heart (medium size)
This project is Easy and Beginner Friendly. She clearly explains and demonstrates the stitches as she is crocheting. At the end of the project she pulled the starting yarn in the middle tight to close the circle. I chose not to do that on mine because I liked the look of the open circle in the middle. This would be a sweet applique to use on stuffed animals, bags, blankets, etc. Mine ended up being about 4.5 inches across. It works up quick and it’s pretty.
- Posted by – Teresa Richardson
- Video Link – How to Make Crochet Heart Felicity Tutorial
I love this heart because it looks like it is complicated to make, but it really was not that bad. This tutorial is really geared towards experienced crocheters. She moves at a quick pace and I needed to pause the video several times to catch up to her or rewind to see where she put a stitch or if she chained between etc. Overall it was not a hard pattern and I’m sure there are many experienced crocheters that just want to see the pattern and not need the individual stitches demonstrated. She has a follow up tutorial on how she turns this heart into a granny square. I will be watching that as soon as I get a chance. If you just can’t wait and want to make this beautiful heart into a Valentines Afghan here is the link to that video – How to Make Crochet Granny Square Heart Felicity.
Still so many crochet tutorials to watch and so many hearts to make! It’s hard to pick which one I want to do next.
Thanks for reading!
~Tami – Tanglewood Knots