Crochet Solid Heart





Crochet Solid Heart

Written by Teresa Richardson


Video Tutorial: Crochet Solid Heart


Chain 6



Row 1: in the next CH from the hook work 1 SC in ea CH across. (5 single crochet total)


Row 2-5: CH 1, turn, 1 SC in ea ST across. (5 single crochet total)

Leaving your yarn connected, you will work the 2 curved sections of the heart.
Edge Shape: CH1, work the next stitches at the center of the square (See Diagram) 1DC, CH1 (6 times) in the same space, CH 1, SL ST in the corner stitch, CH 1, 1DC, CH1 (6 times) in the center of the square in the same space. CH 1 Slip Stitching corner stitch.

The green heart shows the reverse single crochet edging. The pink heart shows a picot edging.



Comments

  1. hi your work is so pretty,do you have the pattern for the large heart,the one one you made the purse with was so beautiful,I would love to try and make one not for sure that i can,I wish i had your talent.your work is great.
    Linda

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  2. Hi! I'm so glad I've finally found a pattern for a small heart. I could never find such a good and simple one as the one you have in your tutorial. I found you by chance just browsing in you.tube. Wonderful videos and explanations. It's not easy to find american crocheters who include diagrams. Great!
    I'm from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    See you, María Elena.-

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  3. Oh my god! This is so cool because I've tried to make hearts but they always become lunchbox outlines. ;_;

    Anyways, I used this video to motivate my friend Brian to learn crochet. I hope it will work :P

    Thank you so much!

    ~Arvorie

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  4. Looks really great! I was wondering - is it possible to make this heart into a granny square? would look great, if it was possible :)

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  5. Thank you for putting your pattern on the internet. I have been making Pat's scrubby from the knitwits website pattern and was trying to make a heart shaped scrubby crocheted using 2 1/2 inch wide tulle with a 5.5 hook. Your pattern is very helpful.

    Thanks again, Deb

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  6. flame-angel,
    I have sewn them on to a granny square and crocheted around the heart. I was left with larger holes than what I like, around the heart point. I still have my experiments in my granny square afghan so I can look at them and see if I can come up with something that will work.

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  7. thanks sooo much or the pattern and the video i left a link of the pattern and video on my blog if thats cool with you!

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  8. Cypriotchick,
    You are welcome to link to video's and crochet projects. Thank you. :)

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  9. Thank You for the Great tut, I never could do a good heart until I came across yout tut in You Tube :).
    Hope its ok that I posted the video on my blog :)

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  10. Renee,
    Thank you. You are welcome to embed and share links.

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  11. Thanks for your instructions and video, I learned so much from you. Just want to check, your instruction says 1DC, 1 chain (6 times), but in the diagram it seems that the 1 chain after each 1DC is missing. Did I read wrongly?
    Ronald

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  12. businesstipsnideas,
    It is probably an error. Thank you for letting me know.

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  14. I think your work is excellent.
    The tutorials are so simple and the video displays the technique so accurately and well.
    Thanks once again for sharing your skills

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  16. Oh thank you for posting this on you tube, this pattern is great! I spent an entire evening trying to make hearts from a crochet book! But your pattern is so easy I made one in a few minutes! You are brilliant!
    The video on you tube was so easy to follow and clear.

    thank you very much! I am now a devoted fan!

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  17. your videos and blog are so helpful! i've been crocheting for many years, and i've never found such well-written work. thank you for sharing! much love.

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  18. Hi

    How do you do the reverse single crochet edging? if you mind, id like to learn it from you. :) If there is a video showing how you do it, that'd be even great! ^^

    Btw thanks for sharing. I cant wait to try making these :D

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  19. Hi,
    Wow Teresea that was the easiest crochet heart I have made. It took me ten minutes to crochet. After I finished the heart I added a magnet. I also thought it might look great with a pin backing. I will let everyone know how it turns out as a pin.

    Renee

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