Broken Hearts by Rebeckah Ferger

Broken Hearts

January 2017
Thread ?
gauge is not critical for this pattern
33 - 71 yards (30 - 65 m)
From 1.5" (4cm) wide and up!
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This Valentines share your heart with your besties or show broken hearts can be mended with the delightful Broken Hearts crochet pattern! Broken Hearts can be crocheted as appliqués for greeting cards, or as amigurumi keychain/backpack fobs, friendship necklaces, or even little doll pillows too.

This accessory pattern includes written direction for crocheting broken heart halves either as flat appliqués or as stuffed amigurumi using ANY yarn or thread. Photo tutorials are also included to help you along the way in my official PDF version!

Plus, you may crochet with or without beads for a unique added flare!!! Either way, you will end up with a fun Valentine’s themed design to enjoy.

What do your Broken Hearts look like?

Was available in exclusively in the January 2017 issue of Get Stuffed Magazine, featuring this Valentine’s themed design in addition to many others

NOW Available in my Ravelry shop!

Size of Rebeckah’s Hearts:

Dolly Pillow – Both heart halves together = 5” (12.5cm) at widest point and 3.5” (8.5cm) tall at center. Use sport yarn (or cotton thread size 10 tripled up) + a 3.00mm hook.

Dusty Rose Necklace Set – Both heart halves together = 3.25” (7.5cm) at widest point and 2” (5cm) tall at center. Use cotton thread size 10 + a 1.05mm hook.

Black Beads Friendship Necklace Set – Both heart halves together = 2.5” (6.5cm) at widest point and 1.5” (4cm) tall at center. Use cotton thread size 20 + a 0.75mm hook.

Locket – Both heart halves together = 1.5” (4cm) at widest point and 7/8” (2cm) tall at center. Use sewing thread + a 0.75mm hook.

Note: These sizes are approximates. Your sizing may differ depending on your chosen yarn, hook size and tension. Adjust these factors to get desired size.

Please Note: The amount of yarn used depends greatly on whether you are crocheting with thread or yarn. Thread will use about 60m. Whereas, yarn will use about twice that amount.

READ the STORY Behind this Design! See it here…

These patterns are copyrighted to Rebeckah Ferger, however, you are more than welcome to sell what you make from them. If you sell what you make online, please link back to and give pattern credit to Rebeckah’s Treasures. Thank you!