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Danish Heart FREE Crochet Patterns

Danish Heart FREE Crochet Patterns

In Denmark there is an old tradition of folding paper hearts into Christmas tree decorations, the origins of this tradition are unknown, but the oldest known heart was made by Hans Christian Andersen in 1860 Made, it is preserved in the museum to this day. It was Andersen who wrote fairy tales. Today we’re sharing a couple of Danish Heart FREE Crochet Patterns that are perfect for this upcoming Valentine’s Day. We can not only use them as home decoration, but also give them as gifts to relatives, friends and lovers. The first is the eye-catching Danish Heart designed by Alipyper. The red and white colors are very contrasting. It is folded in half with clever slits, and when woven together, it will produce a charming checkerboard heart shape. It’s very beautiful and magical. The second one is Danish Heart designed by Handmadebyraine. Based on the design of Alipyper, some necessary changes have been made. The white and pink look very romantic and warm, and very gentle. You can give it to your loved ones to remind us to take care of ourselves and the hearts of others. The third is the pink Danish Heart designed by Monmakesthings, which is also based on Alipyper’s design. It is very cute, sweet and youthful. The last one is Danish Heart by Haakmaarraak, which is also designed in white and pink colors, and uses red yarn in the outline of the heart shape. The three colors are perfectly blended together, it is very beautiful and very sweet, you will definitely like it. Thanks to all the designers for sharing these free  crochet patterns! To get these FREE patterns , please scroll down the page and click the links below the pictures. Happy Crocheting!

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Links to these Danish Heart FREE Crochet Patterns are here:

Crochet Heart FREE  Pattern 1

Crochet Heart FREE  Pattern 2

Crochet Heart FREE  Pattern 3

Crochet Heart FREE  Pattern 4

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