I’m diving into Valentine’s Day Crochet projects and came up with a little heart design that can be used for a variety of projects! A basic heart becomes a circle that can be as small or big as you’d like. Keep increasing for a larger blanket sized circle or add just a few rounds and use it as bunting, a coaster, and/or appliqués. I’m sure you will think of many other ways to use this pattern and I can wait to see what you come up with!
– Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in white, Pale Plum, Orchid, and Medium Purple.
– Size H Crochet Hook
– Tapestry Needle
We will start with a heart and then transform it into a circle. Feel free to keep going and make it as large as you’d like! The heart circle that I demonstrate in my YouTube Video below measures 5×5 inches.
Heart in a Circle Pattern:
starting with dark purple (or heart color of your choosing)
Chain 11, DC in 4th chain from hook, HDC in next, SC in next, 3 SC in next, SC in next, HDC in next, DC in next, 4 DC in last,
Now working on other side of chain
DC in first, HDC in next, SC in next, skip 2 stitches, SC in next, HDC in next, 5 DC in last, join to first DC, chain 1
Round 2: SC in first 4, 3 SC in next, SC in next 4, 2 SC in next 4, SC in next 2, skip two stitches, SC in next 2, 2 SC in last 4,
Switch to white yarn, join, chain 1
Round 3: SC in first, HDC in next, 2 DC in next 2, DC in next 3, 2 DC in next 2, HDC in next, SC in next 7, HDC in next, 2 DC in next 2, DC, deep DC, DC, 2 DC in next 2, HDC, SC in last 6, join, chain 1
Round 4: SC in first 26, DC in next 3, SC in last 11 (40 stitches in round)
Switch to light purple yarn
Round 5: SC in each stitch around, join, chain 1
Round 6: 2 SC in first, SC in next 3, repeat around, join, chain 1
Switch to next shade of purple
Round 7: 2 SC in first, SC in next 4, repeat around, join, chain 1
Round 8: 2 SC in first, SC in next 5, repeat around, join, chain 1
Round 9: 2 SC in first, SC in next 6, repeat around, join, chain 1
Switch to next shade of purple
Round 10: 2 SC in first, SC in next 7, repeat around, join, chain 1
Round 11: 2 SC in first, SC in next 8, repeat around, join, chain 1
Keep increasing to create more rounds and a bigger circle!
When you are ready to stop, make a final round or two in just SC stitches (no increasing) to make a nice edge.
Hope you enjoy crocheting these Heart Circles! Be sure to tag me on social media if you make these! #RepeatCrafterMe or @RepeatCrafterMe
I ended up making a foot stool cover! I got the foot stool at Five Below for $5! I continued the heart circle pattern until I got to the increase of “2 SC in first, SC in next 12” and then I made 30 more rounds of SC stitches. It slips right over the stool and is adorable in Zoe’s room! Plus it’s removable and washable. You could make it in many different colors! You can see my TikTok Video on how I put together this SweatHeart Foot Stool Cover HERE.
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cindy miller says
question on the pattern, which BTW I cannot wait to try…RD 3:
sc in 1st st, HDC in next, 2DC in next 2- does that mean 2DC in each of the next 2 stitches?? or in next 2 stitches one DC in each?? thx!! and what is a “deep DC”
It means two double crochet stitches in each of the next two stitches
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Rosalie Galvez says
Oh my, Sarah! These purple hearts are so amazing! I just wish I am as good as you when it comes to crocheting.
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Pi Network says
awesome method , thank you for sharing, keep it up !
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Ms BJ says
Hi Sarah, I am crocheting circles for a lapghan for the Veterans, so I am collecting patterns so I can mix them. Thank you for your free patterns, especially the heart… I love that one. I also love your owl pattern… am searching for more.
I also love the owl patterns and actually n]made a baby blanket from one of her owl patters]ns. I love it. Will they to attach a photo. And I am not advertising my makeup business but it is asking for a website so I am throwing it out there.
fireboy and watergirl says
It looks so cute. I really like DIY circle. It’s so cool.
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If you’re a crochet enthusiast looking for Valentine’s Day projects, you’ll love this versatile heart design that can be used for a fnf variety of crafts. The pattern starts with a basic heart shape and can be transformed into a circle that can be made as large or small as you desire.
Hey thanks for this pattern! I made it for a friend who recently got married 🙂 My modification was using double crochets instead of singles after the heart was formed, because i didn’t like how “hexagon-y” it was getting 😀