Happy Heart Hug

Happy Heart Hug

Happy Heart Hug

Happy Heart Hug

My little Happy Heart Hug is a pattern I have been making for a long time now. However in November 2020 I decided to use it as a key chain pattern with my Pocket Hugs and send it to people to brighten their days. (Range can be found on Etsy.)

I decided to release this pattern for free so that everyone could enjoy making some hearts and bringing some joy and smiles into the world.

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Copyright 2021 of Fiona Campbell, Flo’s Crafty Crochet, original pattern made by Fiona Campbell. This pattern is made for personal use only. You may not distribute, reproduce, publish, translate, alter or resell this pattern in any way or form. You may sell the finished product. Please credit Flo’s Crafty Crochet in all promotions of your work.


Abbreviations – US

CH – Chain

SC – Single Crochet

INC – Increase

DEC – Decrease

ST – Stitch

SL ST – Slip Stitch

REP – Repeat

F/O – Finish Off

MR – Magic Ring

For UK terms please click here


 3.5mm crochet hook

Paint box cotton DK scrap amounts.

I absolutely love this range of cotton. There is such a wide variety of colours and the yarn itself is excellent. Hard wearing, soft and doesn’t split when using it. It is perfect for amigurumi projects. Find some at LoveCrafts.

Fibre Filling

Tapestry Needle


Optional 6mm safety eyes (8mm can also be used)



Some lovely testers work

Some lovely testers work

  • Each round is worked in a continuous round.  There is only 1 slip stitch to join at the end of Round 7. A stitch marker is recommended for keeping track of your stitches for each round.

  •  Increase means to place 2 stitches in the same stitch from the previous round.

  • Decrease means to crochet 2 stitches together so they become 1 stitch.

  • Instructions inside ( ) are to be repeated.

  • Finished size approximately 3.5” x 2.5” (9x6cm)


With red (or colour of your choice)

Round 1: MR 6SC OR [CH 2 and 6SC in the 1st CH] (6)

Round 2: INC in each ST around. (12)

Round 3: (INC, SC) around. (18)

Round 4: (INC, SC 2) around. (24)

Round 5-6: SC in each ST around. (24)


Repeat 1 – 6 for the 2nd top of the heart but do not finish off.

Place the 2 tops side by side with right side facing and join the 2 tops together with a slip stitch.  


Round 7: DEC, SC in the next 20 ST, DEC x2, SC in the next 20 ST, DEC.  Join with a SL ST to 1st ST, CH1. (44)

Round 8: DEC, SC 7, DEC x2 , SC 7, DEC x2, SC 7, DEC x2, SC 7, DEC. (36)

Round 9: DEC, SC 5, DEC x2 , SC 5, DEC x2, SC 5, DEC x2, SC 5, DEC. (28)

Round 10: SC 5, DEC x2, SC 10, DEC x2, SC 5. (24)

Round 11: SC 4, DEC x2, SC 8, DEC x2, SC 4. (20)

Insert safety eyes now in row 8/9 approximately 4 ST apart (optional)

Round 12: SC 4, DEC, SC 8, DEC, SC 4. (18)

Round 13: SC 3, DEC, SC 7, DEC, SC 4. (16)


Round 14: DEC x8. (8)

F/O.  Leave a long tail.

Tammy Peters

Tammy Peters

Use a tapestry needle to sew the hole closed. Weave in the tail. 

Embroider on facial details (optional).

Thank you to all my testers in the Flo’s Crafty Crochet Testers Group.  Your work makes this possible. You all rock!

A special word of thanks to Nikki Barker, Tammy Peters, Natalie Kemp, Loraine Moore Foster, Helen Flannigan, Elodie Lacroix Largeron, Joyce Lawrence and Bethan Gidlow for  being a part of the testing process and helping to make this pattern come to life.