Thursday, January 29, 2009

Easy Crochet Heart



Easy Crochet Heart

Video Tutorial:
Easy Crochet Heart

Video Tutorial: Left Hand East Crochet Heart

Written by Teresa Richardson

Abbreviations

QC - Quadruple Crochet
EA - Each
SC - Single Crochet
SL ST - Slip Stitch

Ch 12.

Row 1: 1 SC in ea CH across. (11 Single Crochet)

Row 2-12: CH 1, 1 SC in ea SC across (11 Single Crochet)

Rounded Segments: Work all the stitches halfway down the first side. Refer to symbol diagram. It will be either the 6th single crochet or between rows 6 and 7. *Quadruple crochet CH 1, 9 times total from * all in the same space, do 1 more Quadruple Crochet. (10 Quadruple Crochet Total) SL ST in the corner. Repeat for the next rounded segment *Quadruple crochet CH 1, 9 times total from * all in the same space, do 1 more Quadruple Crochet. (10 Quadruple Crochet Total)

Edging 1: Do a reverse single crochet evenly around in each space and stitch. Join.

Edging 2: CH 3, SC, CH 3 SC evenly around, join.







20 comments:

  1. teresa, i wanted to post this in the earlier post.well,you are a very special person to me..without you i would not have even thought of crocheting! thanks a ton..

    regards,
    chits

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  2. i've just started crocheting this month and i am loving all your videos and patterns! i made the heart last night though its not as neat as yours! i struggled with the reverse SC so i did the other edge. will have to work on it. thanks so much for these...i'll be around more often =)

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  3. Teresa, Thank you for the adorable heart! I'm going to attach it to a chain as a pendant for Valentines Day!

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  4. Ok, I am fixen to attemp this lol, Ill let cha know how it goes :)

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  5. Cooool, That was easier then i thought :) Thanks.
    I hope it is ok I added your video to my blog :)


    Renee'

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  6. This is beautiful. I was thinking of turning this heart into squares as to make an afghan of hearts, would you be able to tell me how I can do this? Thank you so much for all of your patterns and tutorials.

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  7. ciao Teresa, sei bravissima!
    Ho fatto i tuoi cuoricini e ne sono rimasta entusiasta, Grazie di... cuore :-)

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  8. Teresa, taught this to my grade 5 and 6 crochet group and they were Amazed that they could make something so "cool" This project gave them a lot of self confidence. Ironically the very next day one of the girls gave me a big hug and said that her grandfather had undergone a double bypass that morning and she made him 5 new hearts to help him get better with, thank you:)

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  9. 4ringcircus,
    How wonderful that kids are interested in crochet. I know a lot of schools have cut back on the arts programs. Now they can find a variety of programs free online. Thank you!

    ~Teresa

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  10. Hi there, I wanted to ask whether it would be alright with you if I made a few of these hearts to sell. I'm planning to start a shop on Etsy and I want to make a few different crocheted Christmas tree ornaments, including these if you'll let me. I would of course give you full credit for the pattern in the listing and also post a link to the pattern. Or whatever you'd prefer. Please let me know if that would be ok! Thanks :)

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    1. ahiddenbird - you are welcome to sell finished works from tutorials and written instructions I provide.

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  11. Hi, I was wondering if I could make a few of these heart ornaments to sell? I'm planning to open an Etsy shop to sell some crocheted items and I'd like to include these, if you'll let me. I will give you full credit for the pattern in the listing of course and I'd also include a link to the pattern page. Please let me know if this would be alright with you! If if is, I'll send you a message to let you know when the item is listed, so you can look and make sure everything is to your liking. :)

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    1. Sabrina - Yes, you can sell any finished works from written instructions and tutorials I put on the Internet.

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  12. Hi, silly question here...How do you get to the 6th or 7th stitch to start the QC's from the corner? I'm sort of new to crochet, so I may be missing something very obvious. I'd like to make these for Valentine's Day care packages to take to shut ins. I think they would make cute coasters! Thanks! :)
    ~Ashley

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  13. I love this pattern! Very simple and lovely! I'll be making them to give to family out west, as they are lightweight and cute, and something none of them would do for themselves! The crab stitch is really the border that is needed though, isn't it? The ruffle is too much I think! Thanks!

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