Chunky Heart Pins, Free Crochet Pattern + Video

I consider this a ten minute Valentine, but some of you are absolute wizards with yarn and may crochet it even more quickly!

I crocheted a bunch of these last year for easy and quick Valentines for friends and family.  Some of you may recognize them...a dear reader asked if I could make an instructional video (below) to make the project step by step...consider it done!

Chunky Heart Pins
By Jennifer Dickerson

Materials Needed

  • Super Bulky Yarn (Yarn shown here is Wool Ease Thick and Quick in "Blossom" for the lighter pink and Lion Brand Hometown yarn in "Honolulu Pink" for the darker pink)
  • Matching thinner yarn scrap to sew on pin back
  • N (9.0 mm) hook
  • Pin Backing or Safety Pin
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors
The heart was made from the Tiny One Round Hearts Pattern...

One Round Hearts Pattern

Here is the video showing you how to make a Chunky Heart Pin from start to finish:

It includes:

  • Materials
  • How to crochet the heart stitch by stitch
  • Finishing and weaving in ends
  • How to attach the pin backing to the heart
Happy Valentine stitching!

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© Jennifer Dickerson 


  1. Cute idea :-) Thanks for sharing.

  2. These are adorable, thank you.

  3. Thank you for this tutorial! You have helped me learn so much about crochet! I can't wait to make these for my second grade team!
    :) Julia

  4. Thank you for the free patterns, especially using YouTube. I have already made 3 scarves from your tutorials.


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