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A Little Heart

I can’t believe how time’s flying! It’s February already, the month of LOVE.

To celebrate it, I’ve created a cute heart pattern: Míra

This beautiful little heart can be a tiny thoughtful gift for Valentine’s Day, it can be used as a decoration, just make a bunch of them or create a garland and hang it on the wall, the possibilities are endless! 🙂

It works up super fast and it’s easy enough for an advanced beginner as it has a full step-by-step photo tutorial.

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This pattern and photographs are the property of K.A.M.E. Crochet by Krisztina Anna Matejcsok-Edomer and are for personal and non-commercial use. You may not alter or sell this pattern in any way. You may sell finished products, but please credit K.A.M.E. Crochet if you can. Thank you!

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Difficulty:           Advanced Beginner

Size:                      7 cm /3” on the widest point

Materials needed:

Stitches Used and Abbreviations:

MR = magic ring

CH = chain

SK = skip

ST/STS= stitch/ stitches

SC = single crochet

DC = double crochet

FPDC = front post double crochet

TR = treble crochet

{ } =indicates how many stitches go into the same stitch or used to repeat a small set of instructions between these brackets the number of times given

[ ] = used to repeat a longer set of instructions between these brackets, the number of times given

Special Stitches:

Front Post Double Crochet (FPDC):

Yarn over, insert your hook from front to back around the post of given stitch, from right to left, yarn over and finish your double crochet as usual.

Gauge: not critical for this project but it may affect the yarn quantities required

Additional notes:

  • If a row/round starts with a Chain 1 or 2, this is not counted as a stitch, unless stated otherwise.
  • Slip stitches do not count as stitches.
  • US terms used throughout
  • At the end of every round, there’s going to be a note with the stitch count, so you can keep track of your work easily and avoid any mistakes. It’s written in a different color in bold
  • Notes are written in a different color in (brackets) to help you through the pattern.
  • You can start each round as I did in the pattern or you can use a standing stitch or chains, it’s totally up to you!


To start: MR

Round 1: CH 1, 12 DC into the ring, SLST to first DC

(12 DC)

Round 2: CH 2 (doesn’t count as a ST), 1 DC in same ST (Pic 1), 1 FPDC around the same ST you just put a DC into (Pic 2), [1 DC in next ST, 1 FPDC around same ST] 11 times, join with a SLST to first DC (Pic 3)                                       

(12 FPDC, 12 DC)




Round 3: CH 1, 1 SC in same ST (Pic 1), SK 2 STS, 9 TR in next ST (FPDC)(Pic 2), SK 2 STS, 1 SC in next ST (Pic 3), SK 2 STS, 9 TR in next ST (FPDC)(Pic 4), SK 2 STS, 1 SC in next 6 STS (Pic 5), {2 HDC, 1 DC, 2 HDC} in next ST (Pic 6), 1 SC in next 5 STS (Pic 7), join with an invisible join to first SC (see the pictures below) or alternatively  you can join with a SLST to first SC

Fasten off, weave in all ends.

(13 SC, 4 HDC, 1 DC, 18 TR)








How to do the invisible join:

1. Take your crochet hook out of the last ST, TURN your work and Put your hook into the first ST (SC) of the round

2. Put your hook through the loop of last ST

3. Pull through                                                                               

4. Yarn over

5. Cut your yarn and pull all the remaining yarn through

6. Tighten and TURN your work back

Here’s a little video tutorial of how to make these cuties, if you need some video support! 😊

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