Crochet Celtic Heart Pattern
This Crochet Celtic Heart project is surprisingly easy to make especially with the written instructions, clear diagram and 2 step-by-step video tutorials! I love how there are so many creative variations on the classic heart shape. I never get tired of seeing this Celtic Heart design and have it hanging in my kitchen and in my living room right now. 🙂
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Celtic Heart Design
Even though the knot for this Crochet Celtic Heart pattern looks complex it is actually simple to construct if you have the diagram which is included in the pattern. To create the knot you first crochet 3 cords and then weave them together in the design shown. Lastly, you add some rounds of simple crochet stitches for a pretty edging.
Yarn Used for the Crochet Celtic Heart Project
For this Celtic Heart project I used one of my favorite yarns, Omega’s Sinfonia in red (#822) and garnet – a deeper red (#823) – you can purchase the yarn here. This yarn is a Size 3 (DK weight) cotton yarn that comes in many wonderful colors. I recommend using 2 colors for this project so that you can best see the intricate path of the knot. I also think that the 2 tones of the same color add depth and interest.
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
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Stitches You Need to Know for this Celtic Heart Wall Art
All the crochet stitches used in the Crochet Celtic Heart are basic stitches. They are the slip stitch, chain, single crochet and picot. I like to make my picots in a special way so I show you how in the video tutorial. The full video tutorial links are provided in the instructions and only available to those who purchase the pattern. There are several other video links to help with certain steps of the project as well.
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Here I put the Celtic Heart inside a frame – I wrapped the frame backing with a neutral color of fabric and removed the glass. I used clear push pins to keep the heart in place.
Crochet Celtic Heart is a Unique Art Piece for Your Walls!
The heart is one of my favorite shapes and I love how this Crochet Celtic Heart incorporates a Celtic Knot right in the middle. Recently we renovated our kitchen and painted the walls a warm rich yellow. I have made several of these hearts that are now hanging on the yellow walls – I love how the red and yellow look together. And since I am not a huge fan of cooking and cleaning, seeing these on the walls makes me smile and brightens my day when doing chores in the kitchen.
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