Easy Crochet Heart Pattern

There are a lot of crochet heart patterns out there but a lot of them work in round using a variety of different stitches and the “magic ring” which I know a lot of you struggle with. Fear not! This heart pattern is very simple, working solely in rows of single crochets. You could use them as an appliqué on a hat, scarf, for a hair clip, garland, gift topper, or sew two together and stuff lightly for a puffy heart!

– Worsted weight yarn. I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in a variety of their pink colors. Did you know that Lion Brand Yarn has 85 different shades of pink yarn for you to choose from?! You can find them all HERE.
– Size H Crochet Hook
– Tapestry needle

Ch = Chain
SC = Single Crochet

Finished heart measures approx 2.5″x2″. If you want a large heart, you can follow the heart “wing” pattern of my Crochet Love Bug.

Easy Hearts Pattern:
Chain 7, SC in 2nd chain from hook and the rest of the way down chain, ch 1, turn (6 SC)
Row 2-3: SC in each stitch, ch 1, turn (6 SC)
Row 4: SC in first 3 stitches, ch 1, turn (3 SC)
Row 5-7: SC in each stitch across, ch1, turn (3 SC)
When you get to the lats row,  continue to SC around entire heart. When you get to bottom stitch (the one with the your slip knot) SC + Chain 1 + SC all in one stitch. Then when you get to the top “v” indent, slip stitch (instead of SC). Join, fasten off and weave in ends (or leave a long tail you are using it as an appliqué).

For a heart that you can crochet in rounds, HERE is a nice pattern by Kara at Petals to Picots.

*** You may make and sell products from my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post. Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own. Please do not re-publish photos as your own.*** Want more free patterns? Keep in touch on my Repeat Crafter Me Facebook Page for new pattern sneak peeks and when they will be available on my blog! And feel free to post pictures of your finished hats and/or links to your shops on my Facebook wall so all can see.

And for more inspiration, here are 13 Heart Shaped Projects by #MyFavoriteBloggers!

From left to right, top to bottom: Printable Minion Valentine from The Benson Street, Easy Crochet Heart Pattern from Repeat Crafter Me, Free True Love Valentine’s Printable from Pitter and Glink, Glitter Heart Burlap Banner from Happy Go Lucky, Needle Felted Heart Key-chain from Petals to Picots, Simple Heart Chocolate Valentine’s from 1 Dog Woof, Handmade Valentines from Suburble, Solid Lotion Bars from 4 You with Love, Berrylicious Heart-Shaped Ice Cubes from The Thinking Closet, Felt Valentine Treat Pouches from Do Small Things with Love, Etched Champagne Flutes from Happy Hour Projects, Heart Owl Valentines with Your Kid’s Art from Creative B, and Heat Transfer Vinyl Heart Onesie from It Happens in a Blink.

And one more heart project! 

From left to right, top to bottom, here are this month’s #MyFavoriteBloggers: Marilyn from 4 You with Love, Sky from Creative Capital B, Adrianne from Happy Hour Projects, Bethany from Pitter and Glink, Lauren from Thinking Closet, Tara from Suburble, Nancy from Do Small Things with Love, Emily from The Benson Street, Kara from Happy Go Lucky, Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me,  ChiWei from 1 Dog Woof,  Melanie from It Happens in a Blink, and Kara from Petals to Picots.



  1. says

    ok i HAVE to post something-you ROCK! im an avid crocheter & i LOVE your blog, your patterns & your generosity in sharing so many! thank you for the awesomeness-u r amaxing :)

    • says

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  2. says

    This is memorable, memorizable and clever. I've been making facecloths out of a bulky cotton and mailing them for Valentine's Day. It's so fun that the valentine is both decorative and useful. Thanks for sharing!

  3. says

    I only learned how to crochet 5 days ago and I've already made 3 things from your blog. You're amazing! I doubled the number of rows and did all dc's to make really big hearts to hang for a wedding. They look awesome, thank you!

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  10. Marylin says

    LOVE this! Quick question though for all of the ladies that have made this. You end row row 7 on the bottom left side. How do you go around the whole thing and end just to the right of the bottom of the heart and keep it looking even all around??? I’m sure it’s something so simple that I’m just missing. TIA!

    • Marylin says

      OMG! I knew I was missing something soooo easy ! I thought the hanging tail was where it finished off but that’s the starting piece! Let me go hang my head in shame. Lol.

  11. Nancy Arnold says

    Thanks for the fabulous pattern! I just spent a bunch of hours diddling with a ridiculous pattern that resulted in an unsatisfactory looking heart with lots of ends to weave in. This is so much better. I just know my 8-year old granddaughter is going to love all 20 of them!

  12. Alaina says

    This tutorial was MUCH easier than any of the ones i found on youtube. Now I have a last minute gift for my mom on mothers day :) thank you!

  13. says

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