6 Valentine’s Day gift ideas to knit and crochet

Martingale's Knit and Crochet Friday
Valentine's Day gift ideas to knit and crochet

Looking for last-minute homemade gifts to make for Valentine’s Day? Here are 6 quick and easy Valentine’s Day gifts you can knit or crochet! Whether for friends or family, these knit and crochet valentine patterns are sure to please, while showing how much you care.

Valentine Knitting Patterns

Cupcake Cutie knitted hat
Make a sweet hat for a niece, nephew, or grandbaby. See more baby knitting patterns in Grammy’s Favorite Knits for Baby.

Projects from Knit Pink
Heart motifs are fun for Valentine’s Day! Knit a pillow or a quick, pretty washcloth set for a friend. Find more knitting patterns that show you care in Knit Pink.

Valentine Crochet Patterns

Crocheted cup cozies
Treat your valentine to a quick-and-easy coffee cozie. Add a gift card to a favorite coffee shop for a doubly sweet gift. Find more projects that show your affection in Crochet Pink.

Crocheted Valentine bears
Sweet amigurumi bears in love make a perfect addition to a candy basket. See more than 70 amigurumi patterns from The Big Book of Little Amigurumi.


Crocheted headband
Crochet a quick headband and ear warmer for a fashionable friend. Add a special rose or other Valentine’s Day–themed embellishment. See more crochet gift patterns in Crochet Pink.


Who’s your valentine this year? Tell us in the comments!


4 Comments (leave a comment)

  • My husband of 44 years.

    —Patricia D. Roberts on February 6, 2015
  • My husband, 37 years in May.

    —Jane Herbst on February 8, 2015
  • My husband of almost 52 years, still my valentine, my best friend. He’s in long term care where I visit every day that I can.

    —Helen on February 13, 2015
  • My hubby of 36 years. He took me for a cruise to Belize for Valentine’s day. I am disabled and cannot work due to a car accident. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. I would love to win a copy of "Think Pink" so I can make items for cancer patients. I am also a 16 year breast cancer survivor.

    —Cindy B. on February 27, 2015

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