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Free Knitting Pattern: Valentine Hearts






Nothing says I love you, like a hand~knit valentine heart.   Here's how to make one:

Free Knitting Pattern:  Valentine Hearts

Materials
Size 6 {4mm} Knitting Needle
Worsted Weight Yarn
Darning needle




Update:  Knitting Kits to make your own Valentine Card are now available, in the shop, for a limited time.







25 comments:

  1. Um, thank you. I LOVE these...especially mounted on little cards!!

    :)Lisa

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  2. This is a very nice heart shaped little heart... do you know what I mean? A lot of the hearts I see are not 'right'..but yours is very right..very beautifully heart shaped...thanks so much for the tutorial..

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  3. love your cute little hearts.....I know what I'm making this weekend! Thanks for sharing!!

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  4. There are perfect and I am casting on tonight! Thank you so very much for this.

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  5. I love the hearts. I am definitely going to make a few. Thank you sooo much for the pattern!

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  6. Those are such lovely, special cards! I don't think I can get my act together for next week, but I'm definitely bookmarking for next year! Thank you!

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  7. How gorgeous! I've just bookmarked this. Thank you!

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  8. Hello! I’m passing on to your blog “The Versatile Blogger” Award if you wish it. Take a look here: http://olgasoleil.blogspot.com/2012/02/versatile-blogger-award.html
    Have a nice day!
    Olga ☼

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  9. Thank you for the adorable pattern! Can I ask you what cast on you used?

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  10. I am thinking sachets....bookmarking this pattern; thanks for sharing it with us!

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  11. Thank you all for the compliments!

    @Stocki~ I know exactly what you mean about shape and I can't even begin to tell you how many of these buggers I made trying to get the shape just right;)

    @ Olga~ Thank you so much! I'll go take a look at it right now:)

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  12. Those are the prefect heart shape! So many knitted hearts are a little wonky. I love yours. I haven't been knitting much lately but this quick project might be the think to get my knitting mojo back.
    I also just posted a valentines tutorial on my blog too but mine's handmade paper. :)

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  13. Just made a sweet little card for valentine's day for my family featuring one of these cuties. Thanks for the idea and the patter.
    Tracy

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  14. These look so perfect, definitely the best looking knitted hearts I've come across but when I attempt them I get an uneven pulling to one side in my finished lob-sided heart. Also, the ssk and the k2t seem to leave a ribbed effect which is different on both sides, and not present on your perfect ones. Any tips?
    Thank you, Ryan

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  15. Thanks, Ryan. For the lob sidedness, I made one like this too and when I ripped it back, I noticed that I didn't decrease evenly:) If that's not it, I always slip my stitches purlwise, so I tried making one slipping them knitwise and that didn't seem to change anything for me. When knitting garter stitch, I do tend to have a tighter gauge on one end vs the other, so maybe that's an issue.

    For the ribbed effect, I definitely have an "ugly" side, but I didn't notice a change with this either when I used the different slip technique.

    I'd love to hear how it goes or if anyone else has any thoughts:)

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  16. Thank you for sharing these!!

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  17. I am just learning to knit and this is the first pattern I have ever used. It was so easy to follow and the little heart is very cute, I'm proud of my first proper project. Thanks :)

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  18. Thank you. I will be making several to put on prayer shawls.

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  19. Those fabric hearts are so pretty. I can't wait to try myself and make them.

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  20. im very much a begginer and knittin patterns i find are quite hard to understand when your still learning. this is the best and easyest pattern ive found after hours of searching the net. thank u so much, cant wait to have a go!

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  21. I love that so much ... and I'm in love with your blog. So glad I found you!

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  22. Thank you!! I was looking for something special for someone special this year, since we have a 'no present' rule for Valentine's Day. Thank you!!

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  23. Would still love to try any of them along with my cute Valentines day quotes. looking forward to more of your collections and on any occasion dear. :) You are quite talented on crafts!
    good day always..

    -Meow-
    http://meowchie.snydle.com/valentines-day-sayings.html

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  24. Gorgeous! Thank you so much, helped me out massively!

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