Thursday, February 13

Granny Heart Bunting Pattern

HAPPY VALENTINE
 Granny heart bunting.....these little granny shell hearts are very addictive but quick to make
 I made three sets in a few hours
 in 2 strands of DK to make lots of blended colours and a 5mm hook.
PATTERN

 one finger wrap of 4 wraps
ROUND 1: a simple granny square but don't join the round, you turn.

3dc, ch3,3dc,ch3, 3dc,ch3 3dc, ch3 and turn

 ROUND 2: 3dc, ch2, 3dc, into first ch sp,

 3dc,ch3,3dc into botttom point,


 3dc, ch2, 3dc in third ch s, ch 3 and sl st into the first st. turn

 ROUND 3: ch1, 3sc into first ch sp,
1sc in the next 3 sts, 2sc, in the next ch sp, sc in the next 6 sts

2sc, ch3, 2sc in the bottom ch sp, point of heart,

sc in next 6 sts, 2sc in the next ch sp,

sc in next 3 sts, 3sc in last ch sp, sl st to complete round.


Cut off, weave in ends in the back of the heart

make as many as required and ch st into bunting
use 6 ch sts between the heart tops and 9 ch sts, between each heart. 
HAPPY VALENTINE HOOKING

25 comments:

  1. thank you Sue!!!!!
    happy valentine day to you, xxxxxx Ale

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    1. Hi Ale
      I know it's not until tomorrow but it gives people a chance to make a few if they have an hour or so lol...thanks x

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  2. So you got the Valentine's hearts posting done! Good for you - and for us! I'm going to try one before I go out for the day today! I won't have time to make a garland before tomorrow though! I like the colours you've chosen! Thanks for sharing. The garland looks lovely in your home!

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    1. Hi..only just, I feel asleep last night lol....it's a quicky so you should manage one at least lol
      Thanks x

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  3. These look so pretty, I love the colours you've chosen.
    Sally xxx

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    1. Hi thanks....got carried away they are all over the place lol x

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  4. Gorgeous hearts, Sue! There's just something about crocheting hearts that's incredibly satisfying. Not sure what it is but I suppose the shape is just very well suited to crochet. Happy Valentine's season! E x

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    1. Hi how true Elizabeth...I love them in all shapes and forms in this house lol
      Happy valentine season to you too x

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  5. Happy Valentine's to you too, Suz. Lovely pattern. x

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  6. Great Hearts Sue Have A Wonderful Valentines Day LoveTo You Both xx LindaYour Cousin Love All Your Crafts xxxxx

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    1. Sue Pinner13 February 2014 10:51
      Hi Linda, great to hear from you...have a wonderful day tomorrow you two..thanks.....huge hugs x

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  7. Sue, they're really cute, thanks for the patterns! I'm definitely making one for tomorrow, I'll let you know how it's turned out... :)

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    1. Hi good luck and I will look forward to seeing what you choose x

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  8. What a fab idea Sue - I might give them a try. Hope all is well with you and you survived gales etc. x Jo

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    1. Hi Jo....just lost a few tiles off the roof...as did several houses in the street, some worse than others but it could have been worse
      Thanks hope you have fun with the pattern xx

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  9. These are so pretty. Did you finish your cowl?? Would love to see it being modelled, am trying to find an easy pattern for one.

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    1. Hi thanks, cowl which one lol...the last one I think you probably mean? Yes it is finished and wearable I will take a picture next time I wear it for you x

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    2. Sue Pinner13 February 2014 15:26
      Just found a small ball of the yarn so I might add another couple of rows to it....having a bit of a sort out, the lounge carpet looks like a bomb has hit it ...wool every where and samples filling an Ikea blue bag fast ooops!
      X

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  10. Hi Sue, SO pretty! Sharing :) Rhondda

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    1. Hi Rhondda thanks a fun quickie lol thanks x

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  11. Hello Sue, I am a newbie here at your lovely place, having popped over on Sandra's (Reflections and Nature) recommendation after admiring her gorgeous citrus coloured hearts! Such lovely work you do and I do love these hearts and the colours you have chosen also! Wishing you the best, Joy x

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    1. Hi Joy...welcome to my crochet corner...thanks xx

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  12. Lovely Sue, they really are a clear heart shape which I really like. Jo x

    http://joeveryday19.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. Hi..exactly what I thought and a real quickie to make too
    Thanks x

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