The Heart Shaped Crochet Chart makes the Heart Shaped Cloth – and you can use the image to create tags, cards, iron ons, vinyl decals, or whatever you can imagine! See how I used this free cut file with my Cricut Joy!
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A Real Working Crochet Chart
If can crochet from a chart, you can use the Heart Shaped Crochet Chart to make a dishcloth, washcloth, or applique. Or you can click here for the written pattern, or click here for the video tutorial! And then you can have even more fun if you have a Cricut or other cutting/writing machine.
Step One – Download the Heart Shaped Crochet Chart
CLICK HERE to open the Heart Shaped Crochet Chart in a new tab or window, where you can save it. (On my computer that’s right click and “save as”, but your system or device may be different.) It’s a PNG file and I’ve tested it with my own Cricut… as you’ll see below!
Step Two – Make Something
And now that you have the image, you need to decide what you want to make with it! I decided to start with a simple card – and the quickest card making machine I have is the Cricut Joy!
I love the way the Cricut Joy gives you a preview before you cut or print so you can make sure the image is right where you want it!
It’s so mesmerizing watching it go!
It’s a simple card, but a great test of the file – now the sky is the limit!
Step Three – Make More!
So now you can use that file to create all sorts of projects! From iron-ons to vinyl decals to paper projects, printing to embossing, you can make all sorts of fun things to celebrate love – and crochet!
I hope you enjoy this file – and pattern – and that it helps bring a little more love to your life!
THE FINE PRINT
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