xoxo


Happy Valentine's Day to you!
There's still a little time to knit for your sweetie.
This post contains only Fast and Free patterns with Ravelry links in each caption.
xo


heartfelt rings for your fingers by Tiny Owl Knits


Be Mine Heart Garland by Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich 

Heart Bunting by Knit 1 Slip 1

i carry your heart mitts by Margaret Bloom.  I made my own set below:
I made my own set last night.  It took about an hour!  I added pompoms and sent off to my 16 year old granddaughter.



Little Hearts by Susan Anderson

Little Hearts by Teresa Fox

LoveSocks by Devon Clement--maybe not so fast, but I love these.

Mini Crocheted Hearts by Morgan Joyce

Tiny Rose by Anna Hrachovec

Valentin le robot by Amelie Lambert (check out his zipper mouth!)

Crocheted Valentine Sweet Heart by Lucy of Attic 24.

Crocheted Valentine's Day Treat Bags by Sonja Blackstone

Winged Heart Tattoo--probably the only tattoo a mother would love, by Annypurls




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Happy Valentine's Day! 
Kristen



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8 comments:

  1. Love it ALL❣️
    Especially those socks 😍 And that Valentine Sweetheart 💗
    Thank You and Happy Valentine's Day to YOU

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  2. So so sweet!!!! I'm sure your granddaughter will be happy :)
    Wonderfull Valentine's Day!!!!

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    1. Thank you! She loves getting little knitted surprises in the mail!

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  3. Hi Kristen,
    Thanks for the beautiful patterns. Do you have a tutorial about cross stitch on the knitted gloves. I have looked online and there isn't much to walk me through it.
    Have a great day!
    Thanks,
    Leslie

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    1. Hi Leslie

      I couldn’t find much in the way of help on the internet either, so I followed the pattern’s instructions for the cross stitch. It’s really no different from cross stitching on fabric. I’ve done it plenty of times but never on knitted fabric. With that said, I hated how mine looked and ripped it out a few times, then tried different yarns and threads before I finally decided to do duplicate stitch. I followed Purl Soho’s directions for that: https://www.purlsoho.com/create/2007/10/28/duplicate-stitch/ It came out just “ok", so I didn’t add it to the second one and decided to add the pompoms to the back so I would at least have SOME embellishment! I have a sweater I have to do extensive embroidery on, mostly stem stitch, and for that I’m going to use a tearaway interfacing to stabilize the fabric. That might also help the cross stitching on knitted fabric.

      Best, Kristen

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  4. Great post...Thanks!!

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  5. A handcrafted heart always brings a smile. Really love the first photo of felted rings all lined up on that cute drawer piece. I crocheted a granny triangle heart bunting late last month for a swap. It's by Loopsan and while it's not a last minute kind of project, it's definitely worth the time in the end.

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