With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, love is in the air! So today I’d like to bring you fifteen free crochet patterns featuring a lot of heart!
While hearts tend to be on full display this time of year, there is nothing to say that hearts can’t be loved and enjoyed all year round! From hats and scarves, to throw pillows and bookmarks, I have rounded up 15 of my favourite heart themed free crochet patterns. Just click on their title and you will be directed in a separate window to the free crochet pattern on the designers site.
Take a browse through them and I would love to know your favourite! Leave it in the comments or connect with me on social media!
How adorable is this Heart C2C Hat by Tonya of Nana’s Crafty home? It is worked using a corner to corner technique and, best of all, has a coordinating scarf pattern! See the photo below!
The Heart C2C Scarf is another free crochet pattern by Tonya of Nana’s Crafty home and was designed to go with the Heart C2C Hat linked above. I think they would make the perfect Valentine’s Day set! And, just look at that Pom Pom fringe!!
This little Rag doll heart by Ragnhild of Yarnhild is so adorable and sweet! There are so many ways you could customize this little heart whether it be by adding a bow as shown here or by changing the colours and expressions on their faces! It would make a great gift for a little friend!
This Hot Water Bottle Cover by Ling Ryan of Hooked on Patterns would be so perfect to cozy up with on a cold afternoon or night! Worked with a granny stitch this project won’t take long for you to complete! Ling Ryan also has a round up of more Valentine’s Day patterns on her blog which you can check out here: More Free Valentine’s Crochet Patterns by Hooked on Patterns
This Farmhouse Crochet Heart Towel Topper by Tonya of Nana’s Crafty Home is so neat! The Heart motif conceals a ring which you use to hang the towel. This means you can wash your towels as much as you need without wearing out the topper that you worked so hard on!
Lovers of Tunisian Crochet will love this sweet For my Sweetheart Crochet Baby Hat Pattern by Caitie of Thoresby Cottage! Worked in a light worsted weight yarn this hat would be such a great baby shower gift any time of the year!
Tonya from Nana’s Crafty Home has done such an amazing job on this Heart C2C Sherpa Pillow. Fan’s of the corner to cover (C2C) technique will love woking this simple heart design.
If you love working with super bulky weight yarn as I do, you’ll also love this Hearts Entwined Chunky Scarf by Heather of The Unraveled Mitten! You’ll need about 300 yards of a super bulky weight yarn for this project and Heather will walk you through working the cable stitches!
The Pillow Case with flying hearts is a free crochet pattern by Nicole Riley of Nicki’s Homemade crafts! This pillow case would add a cozy addition to your home. The case is worked separately and then the little crochet hearts are added as appliqués once completed.
Aren’t these Crochet Valentine Bears by Stephanie of Grace and Yarn adorable?? These little bears are definitely on my todo list! A little nervous about entering into the world of amigurumi? Not to worry, Stephanie has some great tips to get you started on the right track!
The Little Hearts Bookmark | Free Crochet Pattern is a pattern designed by myself this past year! I love to read and know I am not alone! These little heart bookmarks are fairly quick to work up and would make a great little gift for your valentine!
These Crochet Heart Pillows by Amanda of Loops & Love look so soft and squishy! She has made hers with the Bernat Blanket Brights yarn by Yarnspirations. This yarn is so soft and great for hugs! It’s super bulky weight also means this project will work up quickly and can be customized in a variety of colours.
I love the aesthetic of this Blushing Heart Crochet Bag by Mark of Cute & Cozy Crochet! The bag uses a stitch pattern called the Lemon Peel stitch and the result is a beautiful texture. The stitch design has quite a bit of stability which makes it a great choice for this heart inspired project!
These Mini Crochet Heart Pops by Caitie of Thoresby Cottage are such a fun idea for Valentine’s Day! These would make such a cute little gift for your friends and coworkers – or perhaps for your children to give out as valentines to their classmates! I could even see them used as accents on a celebratory cake!
The Sketch Heart Cup Sleeve by Kat of Krazy Kabbage is an other quick project perfect for last minute gift giving! Why not use up some scrap yarn on these heart themed cup cozies? They can be made with a worsted weight cotton yarn and work great on the go.
And that brings us to the end of this Heart inspired free crochet pattern round up! Which free heart crochet pattern will you start with first?
Happy Valentine’s Day and happy crocheting!