#21 Valentine Candies
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.
#22 Valentine Scrubby
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.
#23 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.
#24 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.
#25 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.
#26 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.
#27 Crochet Kiss
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?
#28 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!