Granny Sweet Hearts Crochet Pattern
I accidentally stumbled across this Granny Sweet Heart Pattern that is free on Ravelry.
Okay, many times I look at a pattern and say, ‘Oh that’s super!’ but then there are patterns like this one. The hamburger lights shine over it and it’s all I can see. I am tunnel visioning myself hooking these up. Suddenly, I can clear my schedule and run for my hook and yarn. It’s like “Do not check email, do not quickly check Facebook, run, grab the yarn and plop me in the chair and starting hooking like crazy.”
Oh Yes my friends, I got hooked on this pattern. While I am doing this for my Pinky Boots Sculpture, this pattern wowed me to the point where nothing in life existed but my crochet hook, yarn and this pattern. How terrible am I?
This pattern is a free pattern and is super easy to follow. May I be bold enough to say one of the nicest crochet heart motifs I have ever seen. Well you know, until I see another one in the future that trumps this one but for now, this is ‘the one’ that has heavenly angel sounds as I look at it.
This pattern goes pretty quick so I don’t have to get numb butt from sitting too long with these. Nor do I get bored with the pattern. It’s just that right mix of easy, interesting and dancing the samba at the same time.
So I have been choosing between 8 colours but there is a commonality in the colours that I think are getting me to be addicted.
Round 4 is white and so is the final round. That is partially to blame for being ‘oh so fabulous’. The other commonality is that the very centre round and the 5th round are identical in colour as well. So where my colours vary is on rounds 2, 3 and 6.
Okay, so while I know others will have an opinion. I’ve not yet crocheted a heart that I haven’t absolutely adored. I look at it when I am done and take a few minutes to appreciate it. That’s unlike me. That’s how I know I am hooked.
They are a fair size and I think they would make a nice gift. Possible a fridge magnet idea or something decorative for your home.
So I am hooked, admitting it and, of course, sharing the pattern with you. Maybe you might have it light up and sign angel songs to you too? Who knows… I am a little strange. Ah, what the hell, a little strong… Maybe a strong candidate for a ‘wack job’!
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