Crochet Hearts

Crochet Hearts

You're not mistaken if you think grandma used to make these. They are a vintage styled Valentine heart pattern that are easy to make.

What you need

Small amount worsted weight yarn (Red)
Small amount worsted weight yarn (Pink)
Crochet hook, size H Finishing

1/3 yard (1/4″) wide ribbon (Red)
1/3 yard (1/4″) wide ribbon (Pink)
Tapestry needle


First Heart: (Using Pink or Red)

Ch 26; join with a slip st in first chain to form a ring being careful not to twist chain.

Rnd 1) Ch 2; dc decrease over next 2 chains, dc in next 2 chs, (3 dc in next ch, dc in next ch) twice.
dc in next 5 chs, (3 dc, trc, 3 dc) in next ch, dc in next 5 chs, (dc in next ch, 3 dc in next ch) twice, dc in last 2 chs; join with a slip st in first decrease st. Fasten off, secure ends. Dc decrease: (Yo, insert hook in next ch, pull up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops on hook) twice, yo, draw through all 3 loops on hook to complete the stitch.

Second Heart: (Using second color)

Ch 26; pull end of chain through first heart; join with a slip st in first chain to form a ring (interlocking ring), being careful not to twist chain.

Rnd 1) Repeat instructions for Rnd 1 for First Heart. Fasten off, leaving a 6″ tail.

Arrange hearts side by side, then thread tapestry needle with 6″ tail and secure hearts together. Weave in ends and clip short. With ribbon, tie bows and glue Pink ribbon to Red Heart and Red ribbon to Pink Heart as shown in photograph. Attach magnets to the back.

This Crochet Pattern was contributed by Crochet Memories.


  1. Fran Kwiatkowski says

    I love the string of hearts. Can you advise me as to how e-mail it to myself, please

  2. heavenkiko says

    Very cute. :3 I’m going to try this one.

  3. Directions are clearly written so there were no problems making this. There are tutorials in direction reading online for those who have comprehension problems.

  4. Very cute idea!

  5. This is a really cute pattern. The abbreviations are dc double crochet, ch chain, trc triple crochet, st stitch, yo yarn over, rnd round. Also a diagram of how do do the stitches would benefit less experienced crocheters.

  6. wow this great! i wish i knew this stuff even before my wedding…but anyway i can still use this pattern for scrapbook thingy….n for my friends wed giveaways…hmm…liony of PHILippines

  7. It looks really cute, but even though I crochet, i don’t know how o read this kind of stuff yet, so I can’t make it. it would be nice if it was written in normal english.

  8. very special

  9. Whoever said totaly ugly was wrong! I love to crochet! I’m only 11! I still love to crochet!It’s so fun! Thanks for the pattern!

  10. please include the chart of crochet pattern 🙂

  11. raspberryjell-o says

    these would llook cute as little center pieces for weddings! 🙂

  12. Looks nice.

  13. Unique!

  14. excellent pattern. took a few minutes to get the idea of making it correctly, but is good now. How clever of you to think to do this.

  15. it’s easy…

  16. beautiful!! i wonder if i can use these on squares for a wedding afghan?

  17. Totally Ugly

  18. Very cute!

  19. OK these instructions confuse me very muchly :/

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