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Love is in the air! Join in the joy with this collection of heart patterns all made using various yarns from Red Heart.

Hearts - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) One Round Hearts by Fiber Flux
Using minuscule amounts of yarn, these sweet little hearts work up super fast in just one round!

2) Layered Daisy in a Heart by Cre8tion Crochet
This Daisy in a Heart can be used any time of the year as a applique for a hat or scarf, on a baby blanket or even as a pin.

3) Valentine Scrubby by Michele Wilcox for Red Heart
Give this heart-shaped Scrubby to make their dishwashing or bathing a time to remember that they are loved.

4) Love Is Cold Ear Warmer by Tamara Kelly
I’m excited to be able to share the Love Is Cold Ear Warmer pattern here on Moogly!

5) Precious Lil Hearts – Small & Large, free heart crochet patterns by Simply Colectible
These Precious Lil Hearts are the perfect size to embellish buttons, bags, hats, headbands, little dresses… you name it.

6) Valentine Heart Coaster by Andee Graves for Red Heart
Add a bit of romance to any table setting with easy-to-crochet heart coasters. We show them in pink and red, but yours can be any color you desire!

7) Love Rain Down by Jessie At Home
Last week I shared a free crochet pattern for a vintage heart in two sizes. This week I am sharing a way to turn those hearts into a playful mobile.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

Here are some of the yarns used in the round up patterns. Click the images to go to the yarn pages:


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