Patterns!

Hello crafters!

If you’re looking for something fun (and probably geeky) to make, take a look at our collection of patterns–there’s sure to be something for everyone!

Most of these are crocheted, but there may be a few knit patterns sneaking in over time. So pour self a cup of Tarkalean tea and browse away!

Mini Pokemon Amigurumi Set

My brother and I have been Pokemon fans for a very long time. Even though I’m in my mid-twenties and live a busy, adult-y life, I still wanna catch ’em all! I made this mini Pokemon amigurumi starter set a while back for my brother’s birthday. We always used to argue over who got to have … Continue reading Mini Pokemon Amigurumi Set

Craftivism

Hello, crafters! I want to preface this post by saying that we here at Two Hearts Crochet have absolutely no intention of alienating our readers by posting political or otherwise “controversial” things. That being said, pretty much everything is controversial these days. We don’t want you to feel that we are pressing our views upon … Continue reading Craftivism

Easy Ribbed Scarf

I don’t know about you, but I am tired of snow and ready for spring! Our roads (and cars, and houses, and shoes…) are covered in snow and ice and slush and other various forms of winter yuck, and I’m so over it. I just want to be warm! To that end, I made a deliciously … Continue reading Easy Ribbed Scarf

Princess Amigurumi

Looking to add a little bit of princess magic to your life? Look no further! These princess patterns are some of the first amigurumi patterns I had ever made. Unfortunately, I don’t have any notes from the design process on these, so I apologize if there are mistakes (and there probably are some scattered throughout … Continue reading Princess Amigurumi

Cascading Chains Scarf

Like most crafters, I’m always on the hunt for that perfect scarf pattern. This can be a challenge if you plan on making a handful of scarves for Christmas presents and you want them to all be different! I decided to try my hand at making my own pattern for unique look, and I was … Continue reading Cascading Chains Scarf

Cozy Puff Stitch Scarf

Hello crafters! In keeping with the chill of winter, I’ve written up a simple pattern for a super cozy, super versatile scarf. It is worked almost entirely in the crocheted puff stitch. If you don’t know how to do the puff stitch, check out this fantastic video tutorial from Moogly. The same page also has … Continue reading Cozy Puff Stitch Scarf

Thing 1 & Thing 2 Hats

Hello, crafters! I know Dr. Seuss’ birthday was a while ago, but I’ve been so busy working on other projects that these adorable Thing 1 & Thing 2 hats only just got finished tonight. But they are darling! This pattern is available in sizes infant thru adult, so kids of all ages can jump in … Continue reading Thing 1 & Thing 2 Hats

Mini Maegan Doll

Hello, crafters! A very dear friend of mine recently had a birthday, and I wanted to make her something special and unique to her. And what’s more unique than a miniature crocheted version of yourself?! If there’s someone in your life who would enjoy a miniature version of themselves, why not try out this pattern … Continue reading Mini Maegan Doll

Rawr! Dinosaur Spikes Hat

Have you seen Jurassic World yet? It’s breaking all sorts of box office records, and I think it’s absolutely fantastic. So much fun! To celebrate (and to boast my love of all things dinosaur), I’ve finally posted my long-used and much-loved pattern for a crocheted dinosaur hat with dino spikes. I hope it brings you as … Continue reading Rawr! Dinosaur Spikes Hat

Amigurumi Dalek

Hello, crafters! I spent a large portion of my day off working on this amigurumi Dalek pattern, and I LOVE the way it turned out. This Dalek measures roughly 7.5″ tall, and the pattern contains two different versions: one where the Dalek shell/casing opens up to reveal a “squishy little alien” (as my brother puts … Continue reading Amigurumi Dalek

16 thoughts on “Patterns!

  1. N says:

    Hi there
    Thankfully, I recently found your written interpretation of a superman logo crochet pattern.
    However, I am unsure as to whether or not the final number of completed rows would be 100. Your pattern shows 50 rows. Do these rows need to be repeated twice, like as stated in the Star Wars written pattern here?
    Thank you in advance.
    Nuala

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    • Two Hearts Crochet says:

      Hi Nuala,

      I think you might be mistaken; I don’t recall writing any written interpretations of a Superman logo pattern. Unfortunately, I don’t have any Superman patterns at this time. I’m not sure how I can help. Perhaps you have mistake me for another designer?

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      • N says:

        My apologies….yes you are right, mistaken designer. Still love the Star Wars one.
        I plan to do this one in double knitting??? Do you think that will work? Also what length does this written Star Wars panel be, once crocheted? I plan to follow the written pattern and not the graph.
        Many thanks again for your help.

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  2. Ericka says:

    Hello, on the pic with the Disney princesses there’s a graph of Tinker Bell. But I didn’t see the download for her square. Can you send me a link please?

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  3. Renea says:

    Hi! I seen the pattern on here for princesses and villains c2c graph. I got all the yarn to make all of them and now i can’t fine it on here. Is there anyway you could repost or send me the pattern to downloade? Thank you

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  4. Robyn says:

    Hi there.. Will you or have you already done a Harry Potter and LOTR graph..
    You’re a wonderful person to do all this work for people…I myself have a hard time getting the hang of either the hdc or the c2c.. Following instructions..
    But I’m bound and determined I will get these two accomplished for my daughter.

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