Garland of Hearts

We don’t usually do much to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but I came across this crocheted heart pattern (by Lucy of Attic24, Teeny Tiny Hearts (Ravelry link)) and just knew I had to try stringing them up.

So, I did. On Friday I pulled the Valentines-y colors from the scrap bin and started hooking. Stowing it all away over the weekend so it would remain a surprise for Paul was hard. Then, Monday, I was crocheting in earnest. The hearts whip up quickly, each one took me less than 10 minutes to complete. When I reached 50 — the number I’d estimated I would need to span the chosen space — I stacked them all up, grabbed a ball of neutral yarn and my needles and came upstairs.

I cut a length of yarn, threaded my needle, and started stringing! (Here’s my project page.)

To borrow Lucy’s phrase, ta-da!

Here’s a wide view:

So, what do you think? I thought it added a touch of fun, of whimsy. I thought the variations in the hearts (they’re not all the same size, some of them are actually duo-toned) would be more visible, but that’s OK.

Happy Valentine’s Day! I appreciate you!

Note: I’m probably more behind on telling you about my fiber arts endeavors than I am about my bookish ones, but I’ve finally got another post (or two) almost ready to go, so hooray!


10 responses to “Garland of Hearts

  1. I think it’s great fun! Looking at it makes me smile. Happy Valentine’s Day!

  2. Oh I love love love these!!! And I hope that you have cute little tiny baby things to share with us soon. 😉

  3. These are so adorable! Very crafty 🙂

  4. Those are adorable and make me want to learn how to crochet!

  5. So cute! And thanks for linking up! (I thought it emailed me when people did, but it didn’t tell me. Go figure.)

  6. Pingback: Finished Object Friday: Ribbed socks | Word Lily

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