Tapestry Crochet Heart Square (Free Pattern)

Tapestry Crochet Heart Square: Free Pattern

Tapestry Crochet Heart Square: Free Pattern


Want to crochet a blanket or other project made up of crocheted squares featuring a heart motif? If so, this pattern is likely to be of interest to you.


The heart design pictured above is a square that was crocheted using the tapestry crochet technique. To create this design, you’d interpret each square on the graph as one single crochet stitch. You would crochet overtop of your inactive color, and follow the graph to see where to change colors.


To add additional emphasis, you can use surface crochet slip stitch to outline the heart shape and make it stand out.


Crochet Heart Chart: Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet Heart Chart: Free Crochet Pattern

Heart Square With Scalloped Crochet Edge

Heart Square With Scalloped Crochet Edge


Here you can see my tapestry crochet heart square paired with a scalloped crochet edging pattern. If you like this edging, you can get the free pattern on our website.

What will you make with your finished tapestry crochet heart squares? The floor is open for comments; we’d love to have your feedback on what you’re doing with this pattern. Happy crocheting!

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Posted By: Amy Solovay


Page last updated on 7-1-2021. Thanks for visiting!

6 thoughts on “Tapestry Crochet Heart Square (Free Pattern)

  1. Janet

    Thanks for this pattern, Amy. You asked how we’d use it. There are a lot of possibilities, but to start with, I am going to make some of these heart squares and then make some plain coordinating squares in the same size to embroider on top of. I want to make a blanket that has one square with each of my grandkids’ names embroidered on it. I hope it will turn out like like I’m hoping. Most of the kiddos have short names, so there won’t be any problem with those. I do have a “Christina” in our crew, so I am thinking I might shorten the embroidery on her name to say “Chris”. If it turns out like I am hoping, I will send you a picture. I really appreciate it that you shared this pattern — thank you!

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    1. amysolovay Post author

      Hi Janet! Thanks for the comment. That’s a fantastic idea! I hope your blanket will turn out well. Thanks for the offer to send a picture; I’m looking forward to seeing how your work turns out.

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  2. Eleanor Watkins

    This is great! This square is exactly what I have in mind for a blanket I want to make. Thanks for the pattern.

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