Sweet on Crochet: 10 More Free Valentine Patterns!

Valentine’s Day is nearly here once again! Time to crochet for your loved ones and bring some bright color in the midst of the winter blahs. Last year I did a roundup of free Valentine’s Day patterns, but there are so many more deserving of hooky love I had to do another roundup this year! So here are 10 free crochet patterns for Valentine’s Day!

Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!

10 Free Valentine’s Day Crochet Patterns

  1. Valentine Mitts by Sara Freisberg, on tangled happy: Keep your favorite kids’ hands cozy with this free pattern! Comes in 3 sizes, toddler to teen!Valentine's Mitts: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  2. Hearts And Flowers Valentine Pillow by Sue Pendleton, on Ravelry: Sue has recently released her formerly paid patterns to free as she retires – and this one is just in time!Heart and Flowers Valentine Pillow: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  3. Danish Heart by Allison Baker, on alipyper: This is SO clever. We made these in school as children, but this version will hold up so much better!Danish Heart: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  4. Cornered Hearts Square by Elizabeth Ham, on Crochet A Trunk-Full O’ Fun!: This is so pretty! Just 6 inches wide, the square is perfect for sharing!Cornered Hearts Square: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  5. Granny’s Valentine Bag by Ana Clerc, on Ravelry: If you love crochet grannies, you’ll love this bag! It combines 4 great pieces and techniques for one lovely result!Granny's Valentine Bag: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  6. Valentine Teddy by Stephanie Jessica Lau, on All About Ami: This is crochet! Amazing! So adorable, and just perfect in every way.Valentine Teddy: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  7. Crochet Valentine Heart Earflap Hat by Jenkeng, on Classy Crochet: Written for a 9-12 month old, this patter is easy to adapt – and super cute!Crochet Valentine Earflap Hat: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  8. Pop Heart by MyGurumi, on Ravelry: Big, bold, and soft as can be – put your heart is their hands!Pop Heart: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  9. From the Heart Bunting by Susan Carlson, on Felted Button: Perfect as a coaster or garland, this is a great stashbuster too!From the Heart Bunting: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!
  10. Crochet Heart Scarf by Alice Merlino, on Craftzine.com Blog: Even if it’s warm where you are this Valentine’s Day, you can still celebrate with a scarf! Such a fun pattern!Crochet Heart Scarf: Crochet some love for Valentine's Day! Get 10 free #crochet patterns for your Valentine at Moogly!

And don’t forget the Circle of Love Afghan here on Moogly! Valetine’s Day can be such a bright spot in a long winter. A day to show others you love them – and a day to do something special for yourself as well! I hope you celebrate it in a way that feels good to you – maybe with hook in hand, if you’re lucky!

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  1. 1

    Nancy says

    I have an account with Ravelry and when I put my email and password in it tells me it is the wrong address/password. I have experienced this before and it is really very frustrating. I have not changed my email or the password which I wrote down and also said I forgot and they gave me the same password.
    what the heck is going on. Even if the pattern is free it shouldn’t be this difficult to get a pattern. I do not download. Just want to print the pattern.

  2. 7

    says

    Thank you for sharing!! I’ve been a little obsessed with Valentine’s Day projects this year, and it’s always fun to be “handed” so many CUTE ideas in one spot!

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    Barbara says

    How fun to see you are located in Bettendorf, Iowa. I am originally from Moline, Il. I sure miss the quad cities but glad I found you! My step sister taught kindergarten for years in Bettendorf. Small world.

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