Red Heart Designs

There are a few things on my crafty bucket list, that even at my younger age I’ve been super excited to check off.  One of those has been to work with Red Heart.

They’re an excellent company to work with and I’ve had a super time designing some patterns specially for them.  If you’re a Red Heart fan, or just a free patterns fan, then you’ll love these free knit and crochet patterns!

Click on the image of each pattern below to be taken over to Red Heart’s site where you can snag the pattern free.

Scalloped Baby Blanket

Dino Stripes Knit Hat

Kid’s Knit Drop Stitch Scarf

Love You Knit Baby Blanket


15 Comments On “Red Heart Designs”

  1. Ariel St. John Hann

    My crochet bucket list—-a Mandela, c. To c item, decorative bedspread or blanket. Cat proof, baby dresses pretty but not too fussy, easy ladies sweater.

  2. My bucket list is to design and steel a cardigan. And like you I would live to travel and go to craft shows and yarn

  3. do you have knitting patterns??

  4. My crochet/”yarn lover” bucket list includes a BIG DREAM item. A. I would love to take a crochet “workshop” type ship cruise to Sweden, Norway, and/or other European markets. B. My other main item is to use up a lot of my current yarn in projects. I would hate to pass on to the next world with my yarn still on the shelves! C. My third item is to complete decorating my “craft room” with cute pictures and quotes related to crochet/yarn.

  5. My Crochet Bucket list: learn to do c2c, finish my WIPs. Make a mandala, do a couple afghans, knit a sweater for me. I have a lot more things I would like to do. I would also like to crochet a doll and her wardrobe.

  6. I want to be able to understand how to crochet by diagrams. I just can’t understand them! Maybe one day I will!

  7. Avid crocheter of comfort shawls and baby blankets, scarfs and hats. I crochet mostly for charity services. I love the value of Red Heart yarns. I can make more projects economically. I often find a baby blanket pattern that also works well made as a shawl, and vice versa. I, too, want to learn the c2c pattern

  8. We just got a sleep number bed and my bedspread really doesnt fit properly. So I have a crocheted bed spread on my bucket list, made from cotton thread.

  9. My knit bucket list: knit a sweater, design & knit a sampler scarf where it all flows together & doesn’t look put together, & finally become an advance knitter. After all this maybe learn to crochet.

  10. My Bucket list is to make a pillow that looks like a horse for my great nephew for his Birthday for that’s what he ask for and his Birthday is August 29. I started to make one with no pattern so let’s hope I can pull it off

  11. I prefer thread. I really don’t like yarn. I ‘ve made sweaters, ponchos, afghans, etc. My bucket list would be to visit Argentina or the Orient.

  12. Susan Gallagher Español

    My bucket list is to retire, knit all day every day!!

  13. My bucket is to keep making my crochet jewerley and trying my hand on some new designs I have come up with. And to make a web site for myself. AlwaysNstitches

  14. Susan, I agree with you in that I want to clean up all my projects and leave no yarn when my time comes. Would love to know of other small groups around central Michigan for either knitting or crocheting/or both.

  15. Linnea - Crafting Trooper in YouTube and IG

    Congratulations on getting to work with Red Heart! Lovely patterns you designed for them and us. Thank you for sharing with us!

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