25 Heart Crochet Patterns Perfect for Your Valentine

​With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I wanted to do a fun themed roundup of heart crochet patterns. From simple heart appliques that can be created in minutes for a quick and satisfying project to bookmarks, home decor, pillows, and blankets, there’s a cute and fun heart crochet pattern here for everyone.

Scroll to find fun ideas for heart crochet patterns that are perfect for your Valentine (or for yourself!).

Tiny Heart

Designer: Hooked by Robin
About the Pattern: We’ll start this roundup with a free heart crochet pattern that doesn’t get any simpler. This mini heart is made in a magic loop with only one round of stitches and can be made in two minutes!

Easy Heart Pattern in 3 Sizes

Designer: Sarah Maker
About the Pattern: These cute and easy crochet hearts are a quick and fun project that can be used for a variety of projects. Pattern is written for 3 different sizes and is an advanced beginner skill level using slip stitches, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, and treble crochet stitches starting with the magic ring technique. 

Swirly Heart

Designer: Atty-S
About the Pattern: Make this cute little swirly heart in any two colors your heart desires. Pattern includes written instructions and a chart. Make it as an applique or make several to make a cute garland.

Heart Eyes Emoji

Designer: Golden Lucy Crafts
About the Pattern: This easy crochet heart pattern is super adorable with the added feature of looking like the heart eyes emoji. You’ll crochet a heart with worsted weight yarn and for the heart and eyes you’ll crochet separate pieces using size 10 crochet thread and sew them on.

Granny Chic Heart

Designer: Crochet Objet
About the Pattern: This cute 5 round granny heart would be a perfect little applique or you can always just leave them around somewhere to be a cute little addition like the designer does. This simple pattern is made using basic crochet stitches and can be made in so many fun color combinations.

Tunisian Heart

Designer: With Alex
About the Pattern: This quick and easy small heart pattern can be used as an applique or make two and seam together to make an amigurumi heart. This Tunisian crochet pattern doesn’t require any special hooks making it perfect for beginners. The designer even includes a step-by-step tutorial for the cute little stands to be used as home decor.

Easy Amigurumi Heart

Designer: Okie Girl Bling’n’Things
About the Pattern: This little puffy heart is the perfect size for Valentine’s Day gifts or really any day of the year. The designer made hers in worsted weight yarn and the design can easily be adjusted to be smaller or larger by changing yarn weight or mm hook.

Heart Potholder

Designer: Crochet For You
About the Pattern: If you decorate for Valentine’s Day, add a touch of love to your kitchen as well with this cute crocheted heart potholder. The pattern starts at the bottom with a magic circle and is worked in the round using basic stitches to create a double thick fabric.

Valentine Envelope

Designer: Elisa’s Crochet
About the Pattern: This adorable little Valentine envelope is a great way to really personalize a V-Day gift. Pattern uses DK weight yarn and finished measurements are about 4″x4″, perfect for a Valentine, gift card, or other small object.

Heart Cactus

Designer: Little World of Whimsy
About the Pattern: If you’re like me and don’t have a green thumb, a crochet cactus is the perfect solution. The designer created this absolutely adorable heart cactus based on an actual plant; the Hoya Kerii.

Heart Showers Beanie

Designer: Cute As A Button Crochet
About the Pattern: This fun and colorful heart beanie is a perfect gift for V-Day. You’ll use the waistcoat stitch and fair isle crochet to create a unique design that will look good in so many different colors. Pattern includes step-by-step instructions.

Heart Bookmark

Designer: Knitted-Patterns.com
About the Pattern: This fun bookmark is made in two pieces then partially seamed so that pages can be slid into it to keep your page. Pattern calls for size 3 crochet thread and the finished measurements are about 3 1/4″x3″.

Higher Love Bookmark

Designer: Draiguna
About the Pattern: Our next free pattern is for a pretty textured heart bookmark. The pattern calls for size 10 crochet thread and a 1.75 mm crochet hook. The name Higher Love comes from the raised hearts that are made with front and back post stitches.

Celtic Heart Garland

Designer: Celtic Knot Crochet
About the Pattern: This fun celtic heart garland will look great on any mantle or even on the wall if you don’t have one. Linked below is the tutorial of how to make the actual garland and the patterns for the hearts are linked there (and also free!).

Heart Basket

Designer: Hooked on Patterns
About the Pattern: This cute little heart basket is perfect for holding coins, keys, or other small trinkets. Pattern is written to be worked with any type of yarn with a tight gauge for stability. The designer used bulky weight yarn and the finished measurements are about 5″x4″.

Pom Pom Heart Pillow

Designer: MJ’s Off The Hook Designs
About the Pattern: Next up on our list of free crochet heart patterns is this super fun heart pillow. Colorwork is used to create the heart shape and the coordinating pom poms are the perfect finishing touch. 

Love To Cuddle Pillow

Designer: The Turtle Trunk
About the Pattern: This is the bulky version of the designer’s original Love To Cuddle Pillow pattern meaning it works up faster and who doesn’t love that? You’ll use bulky weight yarn paired with a faux fur yarn to create this delectably textured pillow.

Candy Heart Pillow

Designer: Once Upon A Cheerio
About the Pattern: This cute heart pillow is made to look like the iconic candy hearts we all know and loved as a kid. One of these in each of the candy colors would be such a cute addition to your living room or bedroom decor for V-Day.

Hearts Puff Stitch Baby Blanket

Designer: Jo To The World Creations
About the Pattern: This lovely pattern is full of texture. Not only are the hearts made with bobble stitches, the body and border of the blanket are also made using textured stitches. Pattern calls for DK weight yarn and you could easily resize it by using different yarn weights and appropriately sized hook. 

All My Love Baby Blanket

Designer: By Jenni Designs
About the Pattern: For this pretty heart square baby blanket you’ll use fair isle crochet to make heart squares, seam or crochet them all together, then finish it off with a pretty ruffle border. The designer provides a full written pattern plus video tutorial.

Heart Blanket

Designer: Repeat Crafter Me
About the Pattern: This is one of those heart crochet patterns that’s a must make in my opinion. You’ll make your striped blanket then create a giant heart applique in a fluffy yarn like Bernat Pipsqueak and sew it on. Finish it off with fluffy poms on the corners for the full effect. 

Linked Hearts Blanket

Designer: Bella Coco Crochet
About the Pattern: If you love filet crochet projects, you’ll love this fun and colorful blanket. With the open stitchwork and DK weight yarn, this is a perfect lightweight blanket for cooler weather.

You Stole My Heart Blanket

Designer: Knitting With Chopsticks
About the Pattern: Here’s another heart blanket that features a giant heart. This pattern uses fair isle crochet to create the heart at the same time as the body versus making an applique and sewing. 

C2C Heart Blanket

Designer: Easy Crochet
About the Pattern: Corner to corner (aka C2C) crocheters will love this heart blanket featuring a large heart in the center of it. It would look amazing in lots of different color combinations.

Tune My Heart Blanket

Designer: Magdalene Lee
About the Pattern: Granny square lovers will appreciate the complexity of the gorgeous colorwork in this design. The designer chose an amazing color palette and would love great in solid colors as well.

Final Thoughts on Heart Crochet Patterns

I hope you loved this roundup of free crochet patterns! From simple hearts to more complex heart designs, there’s sure to be one or more crochet heart patterns you can’t wait to get started on.

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