Have a Heart

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As you may or may not be aware, I’ve developed a sort of obsession with crocheting this winter. I’ve been experimenting with all different types of crocheted shapes and this one has to be my favorite – hearts! I’ve been pretty excited to share these with you for awhile. These hearts are cute as small gifts (I recently gave one to my friend for her birthday!), hung as ornaments, or as a small decorative piece on a desk.

image {Left: A heart made from a black and white yarn that resembles baker’s twine. I like the marled look, Center: A tiny heart made with a bright red, Right: The dusty blue heart seen in the photo above}

image{A purple heart. Please excuse my chipping nail polish!}

image{A larger sized heart in deep red. Although I like the smaller hearts more, it was fun to make an enlarged version}

10 thoughts on “Have a Heart

  1. jvar

    I “heart” them. Perfect for Valentines!

  2. Sarah

    I love these!! Thank you so much for my heart, I love it ;)

  3. Nicole

    i like! is that your new nail polish?!? I crocheted a little bunny ball, I’m getting quite good :)

  4. Stella

    How many hearts have you crocheted? I love the colors!

  5. These are so impressive and adorable. Love.

    xoxo,
    Dreaming of Palm Trees

  6. These are adorable!! What a great gift they are!! I’m impressed and I love DIY projects!

    <3 kris&kel
    http://www.krisandkel.com

  7. Chloe

    How did u make them?!

  8. Malia

    Are you willing to share directions for making them?

  9. hello and thank you for your comments! i can’t believe i forgot to post the link to the crocheted heart directions that i’ve been referencing! here is the link:

    http://owlishly.typepad.com/files/owlishly–corazoncitos-amigurumi-pattern.pdf

    thanks!

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