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Crochet Heart Pattern – Valentine

To crochet some hearts,  table decorations etc. for Valentine is such a fun way of preparing for this special day! You can crochet stuff to decorate your home or to “decorate” your loved ones with your handmade items!

I found some Valentine crochet heart patterns that are absolutely adorable! If you think that too – click the link and go get the pattern! If you like tutorial patterns, I put up some videos with Valentine patterns for you. Just scroll your way down this page and you will find them!

Find Your Valentine – Crochet Heart Pattern

Crochet Heart Pattern



Giant Heart Pattern    (free)

Friendships Hearts Pattern

Crochet Puffy Heart

Valentine's Heart Coaster Pattern
Valentine’s Heart Coaster   (free)
From the heart Bunting Crochet heart pattern Hearts Crochet Patterns Crochet Hearts Pattern
From the heart Bunting  (free) Hearts Crochet Hearts Pattern
Valentine's Heart Butterfly Crochet Pattern FREE Crochet Puffy Heart
Valentine’s Heart Butterfly

FREE Crochet Puffy Heart  (free)



How To – Crochet a small Valentine heart

Crochet Valentine Baby Shoe – Part One

Crochet valentine shoe part two

Crochet heart style 1


Vintage Heart Crochet Pattern

This is a typical vintage pattern; heart decoration on a handkerchief. Today we might not use fabric handkerchiefs that much, but you can use the same pattern to make a table cloth instead.  That would be a nice decoration for Valentine I think.

Or if you make a larger one,  it will be a nice vintage scarf!

Heart Handkerchief Edging Pattern

Heart Handkerchief Edging Pattern




Did You Know This About Valentines Day?

  • It is a holiday that is observed each year on the February 14.
  • Many countries all over the world are celebrating love this day, but it is not a holiday in many.
  • Valentine day was associated with romantic love first in the Middle Ages
  • In 18th century England lovers started to express love towards each other by presenting flowers, confectionary and sending greeting cards this particular day.
  • The most common Valentine symbol today might be the Heart; you can see the Valentine heart on many things; from cards, clothes, accessories etc. Even doves and cupids are used.



Crochet Valentine Patterns

On this page you can find lots of crochet Valentine Patterns! Most of them are patterns for crochet beginners, but there are those who need you to have some crochet experience.

Valentine Hats And Scarfs patterns

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Be My Hat Pattern  Sweetheart Scarf Pattern
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Puppy Love Pattern  Baby Child Adult Heart Beanie


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Crochet Heart Headband Pattern


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Valentine’s Baby Slipper  Little Heart Baby Shoes pattern


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More crochet hearts patterns:  Free Frozen Inspired Crochet Valentine Patterns Squidoo + Cherry Crochet Heart Boho Hearts


Crochet news:  Jayne Dawson A woman’s workbox shows a past life of love and care. Yorkshire Evening Post. Jayne Dawson A woman’s workbox shows a past life of love and care Yorkshire Evening Post



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    • says:

      Hi! All patterns that you have purchased you can find in your account at Craftsy. Just log in and you will find the file there, it will never be removed. If you experience any problem with the account please contact the support at Craftsy. Good luck!

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