Five Free Valentine’s Day Crochet Patterns

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time we get hooking on some new projects. Share your love with someone special using one of the patterns from AllFreeCrochet that I’ve shared here with you. These are my five favorite free crochet patterns for Valentine’s Day that you can whip up just in time.

Sweet Tooth Candy Bag

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Sweet Tooth Candy Bag free Valentine’s Day crochet pattern

This adorable candy bag would also be great for holding gift cards or small presents. It’s listed as an easy level pattern, but it might be a bit challenging for those just starting out. Head over to AllFreeCrochet to get the free pattern.

Amazing Crochet Valentine Chocolates

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Amazing Crochet Valentine Chocolates free Valentine’s Day crochet pattern

Everybody loves a box of chocolates! This would make a great Valentine’s Day gift to kids. Can you imagine them playing with this in their pretend kitchens? Gifting to a grown up? Forget about the chocolates, and fill it with something else your sweetie might love. (If you’re giving me one, I’ll take more yarn!) Head over to AllFreeCrochet to download the advanced level pattern.

Sending My Love Crochet Envelope

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Sending My Love Crochet Envelope free Valentine’s Day crochet pattern

What a cute way to send a card or Valentine! This crochet envelope has a heart built right into the pattern to show someone how much you care. Perfect for anyone, from your spouse or partner to your little one’s teachers. Head over to AllFreeCrochet to recreate this easy level Valentine’s Day crochet pattern.

My Sweetheart Crochet Scarf

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My Sweetheart Crochet Scarf free Valentine’s Day crochet pattern

Wrap your loved-one up in warmth this Valentine’s Day with a free easy level pattern from AllFreeCrochet. Create it in your favorite colors to remind them of you, or make it in their favorite colors to let them know you’re thinking of them.

Small Crochet Heart Earrings

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Small Crochet Heart Earrings free Valentine’s Day crochet pattern

Looking for a last-minute gift to whip up? These Small Crochet Heart Earrings are the perfect free Valentine’s Day crochet pattern to make without a moment to spare. You can download this free easy level pattern over at AllFreeCrochet.

New Free Valentine’s Day Crochet Pattern from Knotted Mom Coming Soon

Keep your eyes peeled for a tasty treat of a crochet pattern. You won’t want to miss it. It’ll be releasing just in time to make up a whole box-full! Announcement coming soon!

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Harry Potter First Years Scarf Crochet Pattern

First Years Harry Potter Crochet Scarf – Knotted Mom

First Years Harry Potter Scarf Crochet Pattern

This pattern is written in US standard crochet terms.

Materials

  • Crochet Hook Size J
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors
  • 4-ply Worsted Weight Acrylic Yarn (you will use roughly half of an average size skein)
    • For Gryffindor
      • A = Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Cranberry
      • B = Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Sungold
    • For Slytherin
      • A = Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Forest Green
      • B = Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Arctic Ice
    • For Hufflepuff
      • A = Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Yellow
      • B = Hobby Lobby’s I love this Yarn in Black
    • For Ravenclaw
      • A = Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Nay Blue
      • B = Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Light Taupe
    • Tape Measure

Gauge and Size

Standard Scarf Sizes
Standard Scarf Sizes

While gauge is not extremely necessary for this projects, if you would like to make a swatch 8 rows of 12 hdc = 4×4 inches.

Extra Tips

You may choose to begin your rows differently than the instructions.  Some people prefer to chain one and make the first hdc into the top of the final stitch from the previous row instead of using a ch 2 to count as the first hdc.  This gives you a cleaner edge and can help you keep track of your stitches.

You can also use dc instead of hdc if you would like for your scarf to have a looser draped feel or sc if you would like for your scarf to have a stiffer feel.

You may choose to weave in your ends as you go or leave them all to the end when you finish up your work.

Stitches Used

Chain and half double crochet.

Abbreviations

Ch = chain, hdc = half double crochet

Instructions

Foundation Chain and Row 1: With A ch 31, hdc into third ch from hook and each remaining ch, turn. (30 hdc)

Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc here and throughout), hdc across, turn.  (30 hdc)

Repeat Row 2, changing colors after every twelve rows, until your scarf reaches the desired length.  After the last stitch, finish off and weave in all your ends.

Tassels: Using six strands of yarn cut in lengths of twelve inches each, attach seven evenly spaced tassels in alternating colors at either end of the scarf.

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Downloadable PDF and Ordering Information

If you don’t crochet, but you want one a Harry Potter First Years Scarf you can order one here.

If you want a printer friendly copy or a download to take with you on any device: First Years Harry Potter Crochet Scarf – Knotted Mom