Wool on Sundays – 97 (Heart February)

Welcome to another Wool on Sundays and thank you for all the suggestions last week about what to do with that very felted jumper.

I think, given that it is SO thick, I will try Benta’s suggestion of making some slippers but in the meantime it has become a photo backdrop for some little hearts I made this week.


There seem to be a lot of crochet heart patterns on pinterest but I never seem to get a nice even shape from them so, with a lot of trial and error, I have settled for doing the following (UK terminology):
Make a magic loop, dc 9 and join the round then work the following in these 9 dcs
1- chain 2
2 – 1 dc, 1tr, 1chain (point of heart)
3 – 1 tr, 1dc
4 – htr
5 – htr
6 – 5tr, 1htr
7 – slip stitch
8 – 1htr, 5tr
9 – 1htr
Join round and sew in ends.


I will try to draw a diagram and edit to add it to this post…


I hope you have a lovely week :)

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Janine @ Rainbow Hare



11 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 97 (Heart February)

  1. Kim

    How pretty your hearts look hanging on the branches, in the jug. Gorgeous vignette. Thank you for the pattern…..I will file it away for such time when I can master the art of crocheting.


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