This crochet heart buttons around a gift card. This quick heart crochet pattern makes a great Valentine’s Day gift.
This crochet gift card holder is quick and cute. The easy to crochet heart shape creates a sweet place to hold that gift card. Secure it with a button and it’s ready.
If you’re in need of a last minute teacher gift, or a Valentine’s Day gift, then this crochet heart gift card holder is just for you! It’s the perfect way to personalize “just a gift card” gifts!
It’s quick to work up, so create a few for Valentine’s day, birthday gifts, mother’s day, graduation, father’s day… any time is a great time to give a little handmade heart!
I love the combination of classic pink and the little teal button. So Sweet.
And of course, your crochet heart would not be complete without a gift card from your teacher’s favorite restaurant.
Or maybe she needs a gift card for her favorite place to shop for school supplies… or just for herself.
This crochet heart got outlined in a contrasting lighter pink. It really sets off the shape.
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Olena of Golden Lucy Crafts is the master of crochet hearts. I love how she creates so many patterns from one heart shape. These Rainbow Flowers are a great example.
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- Size F hook
- I love this Yarn! in Hot Rose & Soft Pink, or other #4 worsted weight yarn in your color of choice
- tapestry needle, scissors,
- button, needle and thread
1″ x 1″ = 4 hdc x 3 rows
4 3/8″ long by 4″ at its widest
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Chain stitches at the beginning of rows do NOT count as a stitch. Make your first stitch of the row in the same stitch as the chain. Pattern is worked in rows, from the bottom point of the heart up.
sc2tog-single crochet two together (decrease)
1: Chain 2, sc in 2nd chain from your hook, turn (1) This is probably the trickiest part since you’re starting with so few chains.
2: Ch 1, make 3 sc into the same stitch (3)
3: Ch 2, hdc, 2 hdc, hdc, turn (4)
4: Ch 2, 2 hdc, hdc next 2 sts, 2 hdc, turn (6)
5: Ch 2, 2 dc, hdc next 4 sts, 2dc, turn (8)
6: Ch 2, 2 dc, hdc next 6 sts, 2 dc, turn (10)
7: Ch 2, 2 dc, hdc next 8 sts, 2 dc, turn (12)
8: Ch 2, 2 dc, hdc next 10 sts, 2 dc, turn (14)
9: Ch 2, 2 dc, hdc next 12 sts, 2 dc, turn (16)
10: Ch 2, 2 dc, hdc next 14 sts, 2 dc, turn (18)
11: Ch 2, 2 dc, hdc next 16 sts, 3 dc, turn (21) *Here you’re creating a odd number of stitches. Add a stitch marker to stitch #11, this will be the center between humps. You should have 10 stitches on either side.
12: Ch 1, sc next 10 sts, turn (10)
13: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc next 6 sts, sc2tog, turn (8)
14: Ch 1, sc next 8 sts, turn (8)
15: Ch1, sc2tog, sc next 4 sts, sc2tog, turn (6)
16: Ch 1, sc next 6 sts, turn (6)
17: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc next 2 sts, sc2tog, turn (4)
18: Ch 1, sc2tog 2X, finish off.
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Flip the heart over and join yarn at opposite end to form the second hump of the heart. Repeat rows 12-18, leaving the center stitch unworked.
If using contrasting color, change now. Sc around your heart, be sure to crochet over your tails,
work two stitches into the point of the heart, chain 4 (or more if using a large button), sc a 3rd time into the point of the heart, securing the chain button loop,
and continue sc around the heart, slip stitch and fasten off.
Sew button into the dip at top of heart.
Add a gift card for your loved one and button in place!
Eccola! A sweet little heart to give with a handmade touch!