25+ free & easy crochet heart patterns

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25+ free easy crochet heart pattern by jennyandteddy 

One of the most iconic symbols of love is the heart. If you’re reading this, it means that one of your greatest passions is crocheting. So why don’t we combine the two and give you a few crochet hearts? We’ve made a list of free crochet heart patterns for you to give a try! We know that you’re going to love them!

 

1.http://www.freshstitches.com/hearts/

Let’s start off our list with a great collection of colourful hearts! These hearts are not only cute, but they are easy crochet hearts for beginners! Let’s get the ball rolling!

 

2.http://littlebirdiesecrets.blogspot.com/2010/01/how-to-crochet-heart.html

Here’s a link that will show you how to crochet a heart. This nice little crochet heart tutorial will help you gain confidence as you perfect your hobby.

 

3.http://cornflowerbluestudio.blogspot.com/2012/01/how-to-crochet-heart-photo-tutorial.html

This heart is very easy to crochet heart is super cute! Not only do I love the color, but this website takes it time to really help you get through the design!

 

4.http://hooklookblog.blogspot.com/2013/10/tuto-masque-au-crochet.html

I bet you didn’t expect this! That’s right we’ve got a heart face mask! This way your face can show off the love you feel in your heart with a simple look!

 

5.http://myrosevalley.blogspot.ch/2013/04/sweet-heart-crochet-pattern.html

Check out these super cute hearts! These cute crochet heart garlands will look darling around the house. I think they would complement a vanity quite nicely!

 

6.http://www.thestitchinmommy.com/2013/01/valentines-day-crochet-heart.html?m=1

Love doesn’t have to be complicated, so why should making a heart be? These hearts feature a simple design but look so sweet that you won’t be able to resist them!

 

7.http://bunnymummy-jacquie.blogspot.nl/2013/02/simple-sunburst-crochet-heart.html

These hearts feature an amazing design that is sure to dazzle everyone who sees them. Maybe you could put these on a keychain for everyone to see!

 

8.http://armygurumi.blogspot.com.au/2011/10/corazones-encadenados-chaining-hearts.html

If you aren’t quite confident yet, this crochet heart motif is sure to do the trick! I really like the edges of this heart pattern.

 

9.http://www.creativejewishmom.com/2013/02/crocheted-hearts-wall-hanging-on-a-limb.html

Hearts are all about love, now throw in a couple cute hearts and you’ve got something all together brand new! These hearts are super cute, you’ve got to try them!

 

10.http://crocknit.blogspot.ca/2011/02/perfect-hearts-filling-you-with-love.html

I really like these hearts because they feature a simplistic design that is very endearing. Try this pattern out and you’ll fall in love with them.

 

11.http://sewritzytitzy.blogspot.com/2012/01/change-of-heart.html

Here’s a pattern that is a little different than all the others. This pattern is for a heart pillow for you to rest your head on. Nothing quite says love like comfort!

 

12.http://sandra-cherryheart.blogspot.com/2011/06/granny-heart-tutorial.html

Here’s a very classic design that everyone will love. This crochet heart looks like it’s made out of silk. You’ll love being able to always display it.

 

13.http://crochetmakesmehappy.blogspot.com/2013/02/crochet-pattern-heart.html

These hearts may look a little simple, but don’t take them for granted!  These will make super cute accessories and you’ll be very proud of the work you’ve put into them.

 

14.http://whatyousowblog.tumblr.com/post/41635300105/three-ways-with-a-crochet-heart#.Um85CBdvPIU

I can’t help but love the color used on this heart. This heart has a very relaxed vibe to it and hopefully those relaxed feelings will transfer over to you!

 

15.http://www.planetjune.com/blog/free-crochet-patterns/love-hearts/

These hearts are super easy to crochet and feature a more old fashioned style. You could give these to your mother or grandmother just to get a smile!

 

16.http://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/teeny-tiny-hearts.html

I really love that this site shows off a rainbow set of hearts. I love color and hearts are the symbol of love, and everybody loves love right?

 

17.http://howtocrochetaheart.blogspot.com/2012/08/crochet-heart.html

I’m not sure what it is about this heart, but I really like it. I think the shape is a little less rigid than others on this list. I do love a free spirited heart!

 

18.http://www.maggiescrochet.com/products/small-heart-free-pattern

This heart would be perfect to give to the sweetheart in your life. It will let them know that you appreciate them and they are really special to you.

 

19.http://amiamore.blogspot.com/2013/07/amigurumi-heart-tutorial.html

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, having a heart as a keychain is one of the best uses for these hearts! They are super cute, so go make one of your own!

 

20.http://saltforthespirit.blogspot.com/2009/02/itty-bitty-crochet-heart-tutorial.html

Love isn’t about size or shape, it’s about quality. This heart may be very small but if you put enough care into it, it could be your favourite!

 

21.http://lolasgirl.blogspot.com/2013/02/diy-mini-crochet-heart.html

This list may be coming to an end, but you better believe that we’ve still got a few cute hearts up our sleeves. When you see this one, you’ll know what I mean.

 

22.http://www.lebenslustiger.com/serendipity/archives/279-I-Heart-Valentine-Crochet.html

Last but not least is one of my favourite hearts on the list. This one has a different style and a different look about it, it’s really cool! Give it a shot!

Happy crocheting!

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Jane is the founder and author of jennyandteddy.com. she love all things cute, like to baked yummy goodness. Jennyandteddy.com is a place where she can shared her easy DIY project, craft, crochet and simple life.

Comments

  1. Yay hearts! Number 13 and 18 are my favourite! Thanks for sharing!

  2. thank you for stopping by. Lily.

  3. Thank you for adding my tutorial to your list, Jenny! Much appreciated :) Merry Christmas!

  4. H Denae, your ami heart is so cute.

  5. Hi Jenny,

    I have just come across your lovely collection of crochet hearts and wanted to thank you for featuring my pattern.

    I hope you’ve enjoyed making some.

    All the best from Brighton, Lyndsey x

  6. Thanks Lyndsey.

  7. Hi!

    I am off to the hair salon and wanted to take a small crochet project with me. I googled “crochet heart pattern” and your website came up. I am so happy! Thank you for sharing these wonderful patterns! I’m off to sit, be pampered, and crochet. Yay!

    Terry

  8. HI Terry, I glad to hear that you like my blog and it benefit you.

  9. Mary Jo Fitzpatrick says:

    Heart #11 was exactly what I was looking for… or so I thought. Sadly, the heart pictured is not the one for which you supplied instructions. While I appreciate knowing where I can find the pattern for that heart, it’s small consolation at 3:45 on a Saturday morning. Changing the photo to more accurately reflect the pattern given might prevent others being similarly disappointed.

  10. I’d love to make the heart masque, but the instructions are in French! Can someone translate them please? Thank you!

  11. Hi Anita, thanks for stopping by my blog, I think you could google translate.

  12. So pleased I found this blog with all the free patterns! I have linked it in my post (hope that’s ok) as I’m organising a yarn bomb for Bath in Fashion 2015 in support of the charity Kids Company. We are getting people to crochet or knit hearts to create a really colourful display for Bath City Centre early spring 2015. Here’s a link to the post http://emmaleith.co.uk/crochet-heart-pattern

  13. Thank you Emma!

  14. Hi Jane.

    Thank you for thia heart pattern collection. I especially like the wall hanginging
    Design and am incorporating into a Dream catcher I’m making to hang up in Highbury Park, Birmingham.
    Hoping it helps spark curiousity! :)

  15. Hi Naima, I am glad to hear that it useful for u.

  16. Thank you VERY much for sharing these heart patterns!

  17. Holly Ritchie says:

    I really wanted to crochet that pretty green heart..the last one on this page. But you keep saying increase and decrease in next stitch and yet you don’t explain how to do those. Very disappointing.

  18. please go to the designer page and ask the question , they will be happy to answer.

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