I love Crochet! 15 of the best Valentine’s Day Patterns to say “I Love You”

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Crochet is the perfect way to show people you care. It takes so much effort and patience to sit with a hook and whip up something magical, and while its often underestimated, its a true show of love.

I’ve rounded up my favourite little keepsake/favour gifts here. Quick to make and mass produce for whatever the occasion.


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#1 – Candy Conversation Hearts by OneDogWoof

Two hearts stitched together make these great little love hearts. Add them to a key chain or bunting with a message of your choice. I love how customisable they are!

Find the pattern here.


#2 – Granny Heart Super Star

How adorable is this? Its like a Valentines Day Trick or Treat bag! Or should that be Kiss or Treat? If you can make a granny square then this is a great way to progress your crochet skills.

Find the pattern here.


#3 – Christmas Love Heart by Red Heart

Who said these hearts have to be just for Christmas? I think they’re a great year round accessory! Especially with all the colour options! For an added razzle dazzle, try putting a lavender sachet into each one so that not only will these look good- but smell good too!

Find the pattern here.


#4 – Box of Chocolates by Michelle Wilcox

A chocolate box without the calories? NO WAY! Make your own chocs, or fill the crocheted box with your own. I love how adorable this is and definitely something I’m going to make in the future!

Find the pattern here.


#5 – Love Birds by Red Heart

Well they do say that “birds of a feather flock together”. These are perfect for beginners in amigurumi, and using aran/worsted weight yarn they are super quick to make and stuff. And they’re not overly heart-y like everything else this Valentines Day.

Find the pattern here.


#6 – Carnation Lariat Scarf by Timary Peterson

What an interesting take on the usual amigurumi flowers that you see. This is a cute February-appropriate accessory, although I’d be tempted to wear it year round!

Find the pattern here.


#7 – Crochet Flower by Drops Design

Headbands, hair clips, brooches, appliques- the options for what to decorate with this beautiful (and easy flower) will have your head in a spin. Make them all, make them all the colours!

Find the pattern here.


#8 – Granny’s Cuties Valentine Sweetie Kissy by Granny’s Love Knots

Little calorie-free Hershey’s! Need I say more? Look at how cute they are!

Find the pattern here.


#9 – Valentine’s Mug Hug by Lisa Richardson

Keeping mugs everywhere looking glam! Not only an easy make, but a little surface crochet gives this mug the WOW-factor.

Find the pattern here.


#10 – Valentine’s Day Gift Bag by Maryellen Ferguson

Fill these adorable little bags with sugary treats for your loved one. Simple construction but full of thought!

Find the pattern here.


#11 – You’re the BALM! by Kara Gunza

A lipbalm cozy to show someone that they’re the BOMB. I LOVE puns and this is so punny! I can see myself gifting something like this to my manly other half who probably wouldn’t appreciate too much mush this Valentines Day.

Find the pattern here.


#12 – Heart Shaped Pizza Amigurumi by Mary Ann Casteel

Because who doesn’t love pizza? This is an alternative way to show someone you love them just as much as everyone’s favourite Italian food!

Find the pattern here.


#13 – Valentine Candies by Erin Sharp

I might make some of these just to stick in a candy jar at home. Look how pretty they are!

Find the pattern here.


#14 – Itty Bitty Valentine Kitty by Caitie Moore

Its no secret that I absolutely love cats. So here are some itty bitty kitties which are perfect for the cat lovers in your life. I see hundreds of these in my future because they’re just so stinkin’ cute!

Find the pattern here.


#15 – Simple Origami Rose by Naztazia

If you can crochet a circle then you can crochet these beautiful roses. Super speedy and probably the fastest favour you could make.

Find the pattern here.


Which are you going to whip up this V-day? I’d love to see! If theres any more round ups you’d like to see- drop a comment below and I’ll see what I can do!

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