Classic Heart

Louie's Loops

Beginner difficulty


30 minutes



In this lesson we’ll be crocheting a classic heart shape amigurumi. We’ll be learning how to connect two halves into one using very little seaming to make it as easy as possible.

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What you'll create

What you'll learn

What you'll need

Cotton Yarn



Main Color

Crochet Hook

G6 / 4.00 mm

Safety Bead (x2)

6 mm


Darning Needle



Chain Stitch




Slip Stitch


Single Crochet




Decrease (Sharp)


Invisible Decrease

Other Useful Info


5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1”
Finished piece is about 2” tall


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The Pattern

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(1:23) The time codes match to the pattern video


[All in Main Color]
Ch 2 or use magic loop method​

Rnd 1: Work 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook or into magic loop (6)

Rnd 2: inc in each st (12)

Rnd 3: sc in each st (12)

For Heart Half A: Cut the yarn leaving enough to sew the halves together and pull through. Repeat for a second-half (Heart Half B) starting from the top (before Rnd 1), but skip this note.

Rnd 4: Starting from the end of Rnd 3, Heart Half B, work into Heart Half A, starting in the next st, sc 9. (Pic 1)

Go back to Heart Half B, skip 3 sts, sc 1 into the next st to connect the two halves. (Pic 2) Now, using the cut end from Heart Half A, sew the together the 3 stitches between the
connected halves. (Pic 3)

sc 8 more into Heart Half B, working around the end used to sew together. (18 total)

Rnd 5: sc 3, invdec, sc 7, invdec, sc 4 (16)

Rnd 6: [sc 2, invdec] repeat 4 times (12)

Add a face if desired.

Rnd 7: invdec in each st (6)

Stuff fully, cut the yarn and sew closed.

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10 thoughts on “Classic Heart”

  1. I love this so much! It’s so easy and quite cute too. I had to do a different magic loop but I think it still works.

  2. Love this!! ❤️I started a month before Valentine to get a good heart shape before I give this to my boyfriend. I have done 2 so far, and I am getting better lil by lil. I can do it many times as the pattern takes less time than other projects. For beginners like me, these quick stitches are the best to get hold of these techniques.

    Keep it up, club crochet. And bring us many cute quick stitches

  3. if I were to multiply this to make it bigger like a throw pillow, would I still start it the same or would I have to sc into the magic loop like ten times more or do I start it differently?

  4. Love it!!!!!!!!!!! Made it for my friends for Valentine’s Day 2022, so cute!!!! Thank you so much for this exemplary pattern! Quick, fast, easy. Makes amigurumi seem so simple!
    A suggestion–when weaving in the ends, try pulling an end through the heart from the crack so that the heart shape is more visible. You can also just insert, yarn-over, pull-through when sewing it together with your crochet hook if you don’t have a yarn needle.

  5. I finally did it right. I tried it a couple of weeks ago and it turned out to be a ball. I love this pattern so much thank you.

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