Friday, January 21, 2022

Let's Make Some Valentines With Crochet Lace Hearts | Posh Pooch Designs

 Friday Fun Day With Sara
Let's Make Some Valentines With
 Crochet Lace Hearts
With Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs

The Lace Hearts Stitch up super quick and are great
 way use up come left over yarns, because it takes
 very little yarn to make them.

You can use them as appliques and attach them to 
just about anything. Bags, Hats, headband, shirts,
 jackets sweater and blanket.
Hearts are not just For Valentines Day!

I Designed a Valentine For You all.

Just Copy, Paste it to a Word Document and Print.
Or You can buy some or make some of your own.

Here is the diagram For The Lace Heart we are 
stitching up today, the written pattern is below.

See The Video On My Crochet Youtube
 Channel At This LINK

Lace Hearts Crochet Pattern

Skill: Easy

Crochet h - H / 5.00 MM
Yarn- Med (4) I used Acrylic yarn (small amount)
Yarn Needle

Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sp)

Size:  4 X 4.5 Inches

Ch4 Counts as dc, ch1

 R: 1 - Ch 12, dc in the 6th ch from the hook
(counts as a dc, ch1)
*ch1, sk next ch, dc in the next ch*
Repeat From * to * 2 More Times,
Turn, ch 4
(5 dc, 4 ch1 sps)

R: 2 - Sk 1st dc, dc in next dc,
*ch1, dc in the next dc*, 
Repeat from * to * 1 more times,
Turn, ch 4 (5 dc, 4 ch1 sps)

R: 3 - Repeat R: 2

R: 4 - Sk 1st dc, dc in next dc,
*ch1, dc in the next dc*, 
Repeat from * to * 1 more times,
Turn, ch 1 (5 dc, 4 ch1 sps)

R: 5 - sc in the 1st dc, sc in the ch1 sp,
ch3, sk next 2 ch1 sps, sc in the next ch1 sp, ch 2
(center of the heart)
sc in the same ch1 sp,
ch3, sk the next 2 "ends of the row sts"
sc in the last sp, sc in the corner,

Evenly sc 8 sts down the side of the heart
to the bottom point, ch 3
Evenly sc 8 sts up the last side,
join with a slst to the 1st sc,

R: 6 - 9 dc in the ch3 sp, 
slst in the ch2 sp in the center of the heart
9 dc in the next Ch3 sp,
slst in the next sc, tie off and weave in your ends. 

Blocking the Hearts: 
If your Hearts are not laying as flat as you would
 like, you can block them. Pin them to a blocking board, 
spray with a little water and let them dry.

If you want to hang them up, Mix a 50% School Glue
 and 50% water, to stiffen them up.

If you do not have a blocking board, 
card board with a towel over it will work also.

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