28 Easy Crochet Projects for Valentines
One of our favorite holidays to celebrate is Valentine’s Day… who doesn’t want to celebrate love? Something we definitely need more in the world.
So to commemorate and get ourselves ready for that special holiday, we’ve put together a list of ‘love’-ly easy crochet projects you can do for the ones you love. These range from easy trinkets, wreaths and blankets.
Plaid Cape for Babies and Girls
The Crochet Plaid Cape is my way of bringing plaid into spring. The traditional red plaid is beautiful and I have used it for the Buttoned Plaid Cowl and Buttoned Plaid Scarf, but I wanted to do something a little lighter and pinker for Valentines day. It is quite easy to create a plaid combination. Just find two shades of the same color then add white as your lightest color.
Simple crochet pattern for decorative strawberry hearts perfect for Valentines Day gift. You can make one in less than an hour using just a little bit of yarn.
Via The Magic Loop
Love Notes Valentine
Looking for a Valentine idea that is good for the kid’s classrooms? This is it! They work up really fast and are great for many ages! You can even use pencils for when the kids are beyond crayons. These Valentines are also great for travel and dining out! You can easily use a plain button, travel themed button, or even food themed button for a different use. This project is great for confident beginners, so these could even be made by kids!
Heart Kawaii Cuddler
We love Valentine’s Day! The decor, the themed activities with the kiddos, and doing special things for our families. This Heart Kawaii Cuddler free crochet pattern is a quick project just in time for Valentine’s Day. We recently revamped our Heart Kawaii Cuddler to improve his cuteness and splendor! We hope you enjoy this new, improved version! This is an easy/beginner level crochet pattern.
Preemie Newborn Valentine’s Puppy Hat
Is this your favorite Valentine’s pattern so far? It’s my favorite; I love this Preemie/Newborn Valentine’s Puppy Hats pattern!
Valentine’s Day Heart Snail
This pattern is for a cute crochet Snail with a shell made from a heart. It is perfect for Valentine’s Day. This crochet Snail is easy to make and you can use it for any embellishment, scrapbooking or card making!
Little Love Letters Envelope
This pattern is perfect for the classroom! Whether little notes, little candies, or something else entirely, it’s a special touch that won’t be tossed like a normal envelope, saving trees and spreading joy! This design was made for the Valentines Day Classroom CAL.
Valentines Heart Wreath
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching (which is crazy, this girl is still trying to recover from Christmas!) So I decided to put together this super quick, easy, and totally customizable project for you all!
Via Hooked on Tilly
Colorful “Conversation Hearts” Crochet Cowl
Be Mine! Hug Me! You Rock! You’re bound to want to make this Colorful “Conversation Hearts” Crochet Cowl all yours! Whether it’s Valentine’s Day or International Candy Hearts’ Day (yes, that’s a thing) or just an average Tuesday, this crochet cowl pattern will help you stay toasty warm. Or you can hook this up for your little loves so your kiddos’ necks stay warm too. The quick and easy crochet cowl pattern, super fun rainbow yarn, and heart button will make it a popular go-to design for all your neck-warming needs!
Valentines Drawstring Gift Bag
This quick and easy drawstring bag can be made to any size you want and best of all, this bag can be used even after the gift has been opened.After all how can anyone go wrong with a cute little bag filled with chocolates….right?????….so get your stuff ready and make this as your last minute valentine gift. Materials Used:- Eyelash Yarn Crochet Hook Yarn Needle”
Love Bug Hat
An adorable crochet hat for Valentines Day! The Love Bug hat comes in sizes from newborn, 3-6 month, 6-12 month, 12-24 month and child. The cute antennas add a cute whimsical look to the hat. Or, you can opt to omit the antennas for a still adorable hat (maybe even a loving bear hat).
Via Sweet Potato 3
Crochet Valentine’s Rose Heart Wreath
Create this beautiful Valentine Rose Heart Wreath! Gorgeous vibrant colors and full roses make this the perfect wreath to display on your front door this Valentine’s Day! With these step by step instructions you can create this stunning piece is just one afternoon.
Sweet Tooth Candy Bag
Keep your Valentine’s Day candy in a safe spot with this Sweet Tooth Candy Bag. Worked in pink and purple yarn, this free crochet pattern is the perfect little bag to make this February. It’s just the right size to hold your favorite candy (6 inches by 6 inches), and it also has a zipper to keep the contents safe and secure. This cute little crocheted bag would also make a nice homemade gift idea for your own Valentine this year. Fill it with your favorite candy, or any other sweet treat you choose.
Via All Free Crochet
Crochet Heart Ring
If you’re in need of a quick, and very simple, crochet accessory for a nice Valentine’s Day night out, how about try a heart ring? Or perhaps you can work this up with a G hook and WW yarn and make it a napkin ring? This is but a simple pattern that you can adjust and update as you would like. Have fun with it!
Via Divine Debris
I Heart U Mug Cozy
Are you looking for a quick DIY Valentines gift? This cup cozy will keep your SOs hands warm, and his/her drinks even warmer! You only need 1 skein for this pattern. Its fairly easy to make, as it only uses 2 different stitches. Best part? Its done in a day!
Chainless Foundation Heart Headband
Crochet your love for a baby in the form of the Chainless Foundation Heart Headband. This free baby crochet headband pattern is just the right baby accessory for Valentine’s Day. The heart on top of the headband will add the perfect holiday flair to any baby’s outfit.
Via Calleigh’s Clips
Anyone will love this teddy bear; will you just look at that face! Customize your bear for any occasion. This precious crochet teddy bear is perfect for a baby shower, birthday, Valentines Day, Christmas you name it! All you need to do is pick a felt color and crochet a scarf to coordinate with your event!
Decorative Valentine’s Bow
Here is a perfect idea for adding a handmade touch to those store bought Valentine’s boxes or perhaps even upcycling it to be filled with goodies again! And it’s sooo easy!
Via Petals to Picots
“Owl Will Always Love You” Valentine Caddy
Here is a quick and easy pattern for the “Owl Always Love You” Valentine Caddy that you can use to store Valentines, candies, or just be an adorable stand alone stuffy (it also makes a PERFECT teacher’s gift!)
Via Holly’s Hobbies
Valentine Heart Coasters
These Valentine Heart Coasters are quick to crochet and perfect all-year-round handmade gifts that you can make for your friends and family. It is a nice souvenir for daily use, imagine they are sipping their favorite drink while admiring the beautiful coasters that you have made for them. Even when it is not being used as a coaster, it is still a nice deco to spice up the coffee table and the office desk too.
Via Craft Passion
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and we all know what that means: candy! Which is awesome. . . except when it’s not. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not opposed to sweets (cookies are one of my very favorite things, after all), but sometimes it seems like any holiday celebrated at school turns into a crazy sugar fest. So why not put my yarn stash to good use? These crocheted candies are just as festive and cute as candy without adding to the sugar mountain. Further proof that yarn is the answer to all of life’s quandaries.
Via Cookie Snob
Pour your heart into this easy crochet scrubby that reminds them they are loved – whether washing dishes or soaking in a bathtub! Choose from any of the wonderful shades of Red Heart Scrubby to make it personal for your recipient, or keep it classically passionate in red and pink tones. It’s sweet on its own, or add it to a Valentine’s Day or anniversary gift basket.
ASL I Love You Crocheted Valentine
When I was trying to think of a project I could make for Valentine’s Day I wanted to come up with something that wasn’t hearts because I made some crocheted puffy hearts last year, I have made little crocheted heart ornaments, I even just made a pillow with hearts on it. I wanted to make something that represented love that wasn’t hearts and the I love you sign popped into my head. I decided I was going to try to figure out a way to make an I love you hand. So I picked up a crochet hook, a ball of yarn and I got to work.
Be My Valentine Throw
The cuddles come naturally when shared under this heartwarming crochet blanket. Stitch a blanket for anyone you adore in classic shades of Red Heart With Love. Or share your feelings in other colors like pink or a pastel for kids. Featuring the universally accepted symbol of love and warm feelings, it’s a wonderful gift for Valentine’s Day, an engagement, wedding or anniversary.
Candy Conversation Hearts Keychains
These small, relatively simple designs are fun to make and are an easy way to enjoy a pop of color. Plus, all of them make great keychains, bag charms or small favors for children’s classrooms. January’s design is looking ahead to Valentine’s Day with these Candy Conversation Hearts Keychains.
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Valentine’s Day Basket
You can fill this Valentine’s Day Basket with candy or treats, add a little card, and you have a cute and easy Valentine for your little Valentine.
A few weeks back the family and I took a trip to Hershey, PA so I thought it would be fun to make some little crochet kisses to commemorate our trip. Aren’t they sweet?
Via Petals to Picots
Vintage Crochet Hearts
It is nearly Valentine’s Day! Would you like to make some sweet crochet hearts to give to someone special? Or, you could make a crochet heart garland to hang on your mantle. They would also be perfect to embellish a baby blanket, or crochet some hearts in Rainbow shades, to make a garland for a new baby.
Show the people you love (even if it’s just yourself!) how much you adore them with these love-filled easy crochet projects.
It’s never too early to celebrate love, in fact, you can do that all year long!