DAY 1 of the Valentine’s CAL
Small Heart Keychain
This pattern is so cute and perfect for pretty much anyone. I used Premier Deborah Norville Everyday yarn, but you could use any other yarn, just be aware to use a smaller or lager hook (depending on which yarn you pick) and realize that the heart either shrinks or gets bigger than for what I wrote it for. So cute though, right 🙂
MAIN VALENTINE’S CAL POST is HERE!!! What you will need:
- Hook and yarn of your choice (I used a 5.0mm hook and the Premier yarn Deborah Norville Everyday Yarn in Red)
- key ring
- scissors and yarn needle
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- Make 2 hearts
- Ch 4
- You will now work for every stitch into the same chain which is the 4th chain from the hook. Place these stitches in this order into the 4th chain from the hook: 3 tr, 3 dc, Ch 1, 1 tr, Ch 1, 3 dc, 3 tr, Ch 3, sl st into the same Ch as all the other stitches, do another sl st towards the back of the heart to hide the yarn
- Fasten off and weave in the ends, unless you want to sew it onto something. See below for instructions for the keychain.
In order to make keychain: Sew the wrong sides together and attach that double heart to a key ring like it is shown on the picture above. I made a chain of 6 and reconnected it to the heart, fastened off and weaved in my ends. DONE:-)
In the video tutorial below you can see how I made a heart in two different ways. For this pattern I used the first heart pattern shown. Here is the Video tutorial for how to make small hearts 2 different ways:
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