Crochet Gifts of Love for your Valentine! These free crochet patterns will help you share the love and your talent with those you love for years to come. After all, what says love more then sharing your time and talent?
Here are the names and links to seven free Gifts of Love patterns.
1) Love Rain Down by Jessie At Home
Turn your crochet hearts into a playful heart mobile to display your love!
2) Sweet Heart Coasters by The Purple Poncho
“This heart contains interesting stitches including a little bit of Tunisian crochet, and the chain loop edging in two colors. If you have a lot of stash yarn, these are perfect to use some of that up!”
3) Tapestry Heart Pencil Case by Sincerely, Pam
Share the love with this heart-covered pencil case. Useful and happy, what could be better?!
4) 8-Bit Heart Slouchy by Whistle & Ivy
“This crochet 8-bit heart slouchy is quite a simple idea, but it turned out so cute. It’s worked all in dc’s, so it’s a quick project, but isn’t that 8-bit heart adorable?”
5) Valentine’s Day Mini Treat Bags by Blackstone Design
“These Mini Treat Bags are so fun and have so much potential! They could be made for kid’s classrooms, teachers, or even a spouse.”
6) Favorite Gift Bag by Moogly
“Going green doesn’t have to mean boring – or not being able to present presents in a beautiful way. Introducing a crochet bag that becomes part of the gift – one that can be used for years and years to come.”
7) C2C Valentine’s Envelope by Eye Love Knots
“I have been wanting to work up a Valentine’s Day envelope for quite a few years (yikes), and I am so glad I got the kick in the butt to do it.”
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