39 Crochet Valentine's Day Card Ideas

Updated on April 6, 2018
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I have a passion for anything crochet and love to collect, try out, and share the best free crochet patterns I discover!

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Jazz up a Valentine's Day card with crochet!

How awesome is it to get a handmade card? I really appreciate the time, energy, and love goes into making one, as they make the gesture extra special. As crocheters, we sometimes feel a little left behind when it comes to making cards. However, I hope to inspire you to use your talent to make custom Valentine's Day notes. Think about it: the woolly substance of a crocheted heart (or another applique) adds a certain "snuggly" factor. Your recipient will certainly appreciate that!

Take a look at the amazing crochet creativity out there and get busy. Happy crocheting!

Valentine's Day Cards With One Crochet Heart

Small Crochet Heart Pattern

Abbreviations:

  • sc= single crochet
  • dc= double crochet
  • tc= triple crochet
  • ss= slip stitch
  • ch= chain

Pattern:

  1. Make magic ring.
  2. In magic ring crochet dc, tc, dc. 3 sc, tc. 3 sc, dc, tc, dc, ss.
  3. Fasten off. Tighten magic ring.

Magic Ring Tutorial

Triple Crochet Stitch Tutorial

1. Penguin Heart

2. Heart on Paper

3. Romantic Heart

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4. You Have My Heart

5. Punny Love

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6. Sweet Thankfulness

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7. Simple Declarations

8. Heart Bookmark

9. Classic L-O-V-E

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10. Heart in Stitches

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11. Sweetheart

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12. Quilted Heart

13. Be My Valentine

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14. Heart in Heart

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15. Kraft Heart

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Large Heart Crochet Pattern

Abbreviations:

  • sc= single crochet
  • dc= double crochet
  • hdc= half double crochet
  • tc= triple crochet
  • ss= slip stitch
  • ch= chain

Pattern:

  1. Make magic ring.
  2. Round 1: 3 tc, 3dc, 1 tc, 3 dc, 3 tc, chain 2 and slip stitch into the center.
  3. Round 2: Ch 3. 1 sc and 1 hdc into the top of the first tc. 2 hdc in next stitch, sc in next 4 stitches. Chain 1, dc into the top of the tc. Chain 1, sc into the next 4 stitches. 2 hdc in the next stitch, 3 hdc in next stitch. 1 hdc, 1 sc. Chain 3, ss into the center of the heart.
  4. Fasten off. Close magic ring.

Half Double Crochet Stitch Tutorial

16. Love You Lots

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17. Happy Valentine's Day

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18. Pop of Love

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19. Surprise Heart

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Valentine's With Two or More Crochet Hearts!

20. Three Times the Charm

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21. With Love

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22. Festive Affections

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23. Lace Heart

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24. Let Love Bloom

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25. Let's Fly Away

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26. Lots of Hearts

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27. Love on a String

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28. Patterned Heart

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29. Patterned Love

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Valentine's Cards With Other Crochet Patterns!

30. Some Bunny Loves You

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Bunny Applique Crochet Pattern

Please note:
This is not the exact bunny pattern as seen on the card above, but it is close enough to make your own cute Valentine's card!

Abbreviations:

  • sc= single crochet
  • dc= double crochet
  • hdc= half double crochet
  • tc= triple crochet
  • ss= slip stitch
  • ch= chain

Pattern:
With brown/creme yarn:
Round 1: Make magic circle, ch 3 in magic circle, 12 dc in circle, join with sl stitch to top of ch 3.
Round 2: Sc in same space as joining sl st. Hdc in next st; sl st in next 4 sts. Repeat (Ch 6; sc in 2nd ch from hook; hdc in next ch; dc in next 2 chains; hdc in next chain; sl st in next dc on round 1) two times. Sl stitch in next 2 dc on round 1. Ch 3; 1 dc in next st; 2 dc in next 2 sts.
Row 3: Ch 3, turn. Dc in next 4 sts, dc in top of ch 3 of previous round (back side).
Row 4: Ch 3, turn. 5 dc, dc in top of ch 3 of previous row. (front side).
Row 5: Ch 3, turn. 2dc in next st, 3 dc, hdc, sl st in next st. (back side).
Fasten off on the back of the applique.
With white yarn:
Row 6. Join white yarn on front side of applique to joining sl st space of Row 5. Ch 3. 2 dc in same space, hdc in same space and sl st in same space.
Fasten off on the back of the applique.

Sew on a bead or button for the eye.

31. With a Bow on Top

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32. Veggie Love

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33. Monster Valentine

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34. Love in Stitches

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35. Wool You Be Mine

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Valentine's Card Envelope Crochet Patterns!

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36. Crocheted Airmail Letter Pattern

Abbreviations:

  • sc= single crochet
  • ss= slip stitch
  • ch= chain

Pattern:
Front

  • In cream, ch 21, second stitch from hook sc in every stitch. Make about 19 rows, or until you have the desired height of your envelope front.
  • Starting 2 stitches from a corner, single crochet around the edge making 2 sc in each corner to turn the corner. At the sides use each row end as a guide on where to make your sc. End by slipping into the first sc of the edge.
  • With cream yarn, make 1 sc. With blue yarn, make 1 sc. With cream yarn, make 1 sc. Now add red yarn, and make 1 sc. Make sure to "carry" the yarn colors on the back of your project (similar to fair isle crochet). Carry on sc around the edge alternating the yarn colors "cream, blue, cream, red" etc. Finish off by slip stitching into the first sc and weaving the loose ends in. Don’t worry too much about how neat it is as you won’t be able to see it!

Decorate the front:

  • Add a rectangular piece of felt as a postage stamp.
  • Use pinking shears to add a crinkly edge to the stamp.
  • If you want, you can add a pretty button to the stamp.
  • On this envelope, the message "I heart U" is added by freehand embroidery and a heart-shaped piece of felt. You could, of course, put a different message or embroider the recipient's name.

Assembling the envelope:

  • Take an envelope and open up all the glued edged carefully. Put the folded out envelope on a large piece of felt and draw around it and cut it out. If the envelope shape doesn’t quite match trim it to fit. If you don’t have an envelope handy you can download the shape freely from the internet, for instance here.
  • Stitch the front of the envelope to the felt envelope back carefully around the edge using a simple straight stitch through the back loops of the edging only.
  • Fold the envelope sides in and fasten each side into the middle together with a cross stitch.

Now you have a beautiful handmade envelope for your valentine love note.

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37. Tiny Envelope Pattern

Abbreviations:

  • sc= single crochet
  • ch= chain

Pattern:

  • Row 1: Ch 17, sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across.
  • Row 2-17: ch 2, turn, sc in each sc across.
  • Fasten off.
  • With red yarn, sc around the square. Fold three corners to the center of the square, creating the envelope. Use needle and thread to stitch each seam together.
  • Add a love note, and you’re finished!

38. Heart and Envelope Pattern

Abbreviations:

  • sc= single crochet
  • ch= chain

Pattern:

  • Ch 20 (or for a different sized envelope, chain the length of the diagonal (measuring from upper right to lower left hand corner) of the size envelope desired.)
  • Row 1: ch 1, sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across.
  • Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across.
  • Repeat row 2 twenty-three times or (when you are making a differently sized envelope) repeat until your work is the shape of a square.
  • Fasten off.
  • Fold three corners to the center of the square and sew the envelope with a yarn needle.

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39. Valentine's Card With Crocheted Edge

You Will Need:

  • Greeting card
  • Yarn
  • Crochet hook (suitable for yarn size)
  • Hole punch (make sure the crochet hook fits through the holes it creates)

Instructions:
Please Note: Read instructions all the way through before beginning. Depending on how far apart your holes turn out, you may need to ch 2 between the sc.

  1. With a pencil, lightly draw a heart (or any other shape) around the picture on the card.
  2. Cut out the shape, cutting just inside the pencil marks.
  3. On the back side, draw a line about 1/8 inch from the edge.
  4. Then, punch holes every quarter inch using the line as your guide.

Crochet Edging:
Round 1: Attach thread with a sc in one the hole just to the left of the dip.

Repeat (ch 1, 1 sc) around, except for the tip of the heart where you will put 3 sc.

End the round with a slip stitch in the first sc. Join in the first sc with a slipstitch.

Round 2: Repeat (Skip ch, 3 dc in next sc, slipstitch in next sc) all around.

End the round with a slip stitch in the last slipstitch of round 1.

Fasten off and weave in the ends.

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        Louise Powles 2 months ago from Norfolk, England

        Oh they are lovely cards. I wish I could crochet, I'll have to learn! I love the 'wool you be my valentine' one!

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