If you are like me, then the big yhe big attraction of the Superbowl is the ads, which means you have a lot of time to fill when the game is being played.
Lucky for the the likes of me, crochet hearts are perennially popular; here is a quick tour of projects I have found that I think are worthy of consideration.
First up is this crochet heart garland featured at Skip To My Lou:
It is adorable and would add a certain something to any place where it is possible to string something from one side to the other. And if various shades of red and pink and other various girlie colors are not of interest, you could crochet the hearts in the colors of your favorite football team to affirm your love.
Next up is a small crochet envelope from Lion Brand Yarn. Perfect for a small card or a bit of candy, this project works up quickly and looks very cute:
This is a free pattern (#81111AD) that you can access by registering at lionbrand.com.
Lastly, if amigurumi is more your style, then Mia Zamora Johnson’s trio of hearts might be what you are looking for:
Available as a free pdf at ravelry, you can find the links you need by going to this page.
So as two Superbowl contenders attempt to achieve dominance in their sport for the year, let us, as crocheters join them in our efforts to achieve dominance in our craft, for this year and many years to come.
6 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day projects to work on during the Superbowl”
Love those patterns! I am actually working on that envelope right now! I am doing the white one with a pink heart.
I’ll be cheering on the Packers tomorrow while crocheting away 🙂
Cute! If you haven’t discovered it already, check out this blog. http://byelizabethcat.blogspot.com/ her crochet is very inspirational! She also did a garland of hearts.
I’ve seen her stuff. I totally want a pair of those boots.
Thanks for posting about our Valentine’s envelopes! We love hiding valentines, candy, stickers, and other fun treats in them. Enjoy!
With warm regards,
Lion Brand Yarn
You’re very welcome! I love the collection of patterns you make available.
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