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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Free crochet heart pattern..

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    I was searching the internet for crochet patterns & found this..

    Pattern for Crocheted Heart uploaded via flickr by Made By BeaG..

    From The website->

    “You’ll need:

    - yarn (any yarn will do, in this example I used a 100% acrylic yarn)

    - crochet hook (size that matches your yarn)

    - a little stuffing material

    Stitches:

    Ch = US chain stitch (Dutch: losse)

    SC = US single crochet (UK: double crochet, Dutch: vaste)

    Heart (make two):

    SC in rows. Always make a Ch to turn (not mentioned in the pattern).

    - 1 Ch, turn (yes, that means 2 Ch)

    - 2 SC in first stitch, 1 SC, (= 3 stitches), turn

    - 2 SC in first stitch, 2 SC (= 4 stitches), turn

    - 2 SC in first stitch, 3 SC (= 5 stitches), turn

    continue SC in rows (increase 1 SC in the first stitch of every row) untill you have 20 stitches, turn

    first round part of the heart:

    - 10 SC, turn

    - SC, crochet the first two stitches (1,2) and the last two stitches (9,10) together (= 8 stitches)

    - SC, crochet the first two stitches (1,2) and the last two stitches (7,8) together (= 6 stitches)

    - SC, crochet the first two stitches (1,2) and the last two stitches (5,6) together (= 4 stitches)

    - SC, crochet the first two stitches (1,2) and the last two stitches (3,4) together (= 2 stitches)

    fasten off

    second round part of the heart:

    - re-attach in the 11th stitch of the 20 stitches row (right next to the first round part)

    - 10 SC, turn

    - continue like first round part

    - weave in all ends

    Crochet both hearts together in SC. Leave a small opening in one of the straight sides.

    Lightly stuff the heart. Close the opening by crocheting more SC.

    Weave in ends.

    Have fun!

    PS: feel free to use this pattern any way you like.

    Commercial use is fine with me too, as long as you don't present it as your own design.”

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    so have fun..

    & share your projects with me & BeaG

    HDI

    &Jess

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Jess is the creator of Stylish Southern Mama + Southern Rambles. She is a freelance writer + designer, Social Media Marketer, and Journalist. She has 2 amazing kids, Aidan and Adisyn, and has been with their dad Adam for 12 years, and has 2 amazingly adorable dogs; Harley + Cheyanne! :)

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