Knowledge: Amigurumi – Crochet smallest Tilda heart
Supplies: Amigurumi – Crochet smallest Tilda heart
- Crochet Yarn:
- Colors: white, light pink
- Size: ca. 125m / 50g
- Example: Schachenmayer Catania
- Crochet Hook:
- Metric: 2,5 mm
- Help? Needle Size Translator
- Darning Needle (blunt)
- Example: synthetic filling, 100% Polyester
- Alternatives? Amigurumi Filling
- Example: some small blue beads, sewing yarn, sewing needle
Size: Amigurumi – Crochet smallest Tilda heart
Here you find the size specifications for the smallest Tilda heart. The sizes refer to the specific needle sizes and a matching crochet yarn. Crocheting very loose or firmly can cause differences, also as different yarns. By using thicker or thinner yarn with a fitting needle size you can enlarge or minimize Amigurumis easily, without having to change the pattern.
|2,5 mm (shown Example)||100% cotton with ca. 125m / 50g||4,5 cm||3,5 cm|
Crochet Pattern: Amigurumi – Crochet smallest Tilda heart
Crochet bonnets for smallest Tilda heart (2x)
- 1st round: magic ring with 6 double crochet stitches = 6 stitches
- 2nd round: double every stitch = 12 stitches
- 3rd + 4th round: (= 2 rounds) each stitch one stitch = 12 stitches
- 1st bonnet: cut the thread generous, pull off the loop
- 2nd bonnet: DONT cut the thread
Cut the thread of the 1st bonnet generous and pull off the loop. When you finished the 2nd bonnet DONT cut the thread and crochet together both bonnets.
Crochet together both bonnets
Next we will crochet together both bonnets. Therefore the nice side of the bonnets show upwards. Now you don´t continue crocheting around the 2nd bonnet, but around the 1st bonnet.
For this you stitch at the 1st bonnet into the first stitch of the next round, which is exactly the stitch left to the edge of the round end. Now you crochet completely once around the 1st bonnet and thereby each stitch one stitch. Count the stitches exactly, so you don´t miss or double a stitch.
Then stitch into the first stitch of the new round of the 2nd bonnet and crochet also exactly once around. Keep counting here, to crochet exactly each stitch one stitch. This way you have already crocheted the first round of the body of the heart.
Between both bonnets a little gap arises, which you will sew together from the inner side. Therefore use easily the thread end of the 1st bonnet and secure it inside. Now keep crocheting like described for the body of the heart.
Crochet body for smallest Tilda heart (1x)
Now you can crochet all the other rounds for your smallest tilda heart. Here we also crochet in spiral rounds just with double crochet stitches. The round you crocheted together both bonnets already counts as first round of the body.
- 1st + 2nd round: (= 2 round) each stitch one stitch = 24 stitches
- light pink:
- 3rd round: crochet together every 12th and 13th stitch = 24 stitches
- 4th round: crochet together every 11th and 12th stitch = 22 stitches
- 5th round: crochet together every 10th and 11th stitch = 20 stitches
- 6th round: crochet together every 9th and 10th stitch = 18 stitches
- 7th round: crochet together every 8th and 9th stitch = 16 stitches
- 8th round: crochet together every 7th and 8th stitch = 14 stitches
- 9th round: crochet together every 6th and 7th stitch = 12 stitches
- fill and stuff
- 10th round: crochet together every 5th and 6th stitch = 10 stitches
- 11st round: crochet together every 4th and 5th stitch = 8 stitches
- fill and stuff completely
- 12nd round: crochet together every 1st and 2nd stitch = 4 stitches
- cut the thread generous, pull off the loop, close the remaining opening, secure and wave in the thread ends
Finish smallest Tilda heart
Finally you can decorate your crocheted tilda heart as you like. Sew on some beads, patches or sequins or use a nice crocheted edge. You can use the heart as decoration or pincushion. If you attach a loop of chain stitches or a ribbon, you can also use the crocheted Tilda heart as a hanger.
I hope you enjoyed to crochet the tilda heart! Have fun with it!