Unusual Valentine’s Day Crochet Gift Ideas

Valentine’s Day crochet gift ideas don’t always have to be all about heart decorations and red roses. Here we are presenting all the cuteness that is crochet gift ideas, perfect for that special day of the year. Surprise your Valentine and handcraft a soft hug, cute keychain or something to warm up. Personalized and cute, that’s this year’s goal for a V-day gift!

There are many Valentine’s Day crochet patterns on the internet, however, browsing through them all might give you a headache. What’s more, the majority of them are based on the simplest idea – crochet a red heart and you’re done. If, however, you’re looking for something extra, we’ve got you covered with these crochet amigurumi, baskets, socks, beanies, you name it! There is no project odd enough not to be designed in a way that your beloved one would scream of the love overload.

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Tiny Valentine Amigurumi

Sometimes the tiniest symbols can reflect the biggest love. Just like in this case where the little amigurumi creation designer by Joy PhamSontakke is an expression of endless affection and cuteness. And as the love might have different forms, these crochet tokens represent different shapes, uses and ideas, but all of them have the same purpose – to serve as the unusual but cute Valentine’s Day crochet gift.

  • DESIGNED by Joy PhamSontakke
  • PROJECT TYPE  amigurumi
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Photos by Joy PhamSontakke / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on anvisgranny.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Heart & Sole Slippers

To love someone is to care about that person and wanting to make our loved one comfortable, happy and always feeling good. This is easier to achieve with some good warm slippers. Those would make a great Valentine’s Day crochet gift, especially if crafted by Kinga Erdem’s pattern where the soulful heart makes a centerpiece of the design. Such slippers will remind of the love every single day while giving so much needed comfort.

  • DESIGNED by Kinga Erdem
  • PROJECT TYPE  slippers
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Photos by Kinga Erdem / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on myhobbyiscrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Amigurumi Valentine Bunnies

In the year of the rabbit, as per Chinese calendar, the year of prosperity and peace, a Valentine’s bunny seems like such a perfect match. Lauren Espy has designed those cute little fellas to be perfectly adorable and utterly irresistible. So if there is that special someone who might still need some convincing, this is the way to break through those walls. Because who would resist bunny charm?

  • DESIGNED by Lauren Espy
  • PROJECT TYPE  amigurumi
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Photos by Lauren Espy / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on amenagerieofstitchesblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Amigurumi Puppy

Craft a cute little puppy as a Valentine’s Day crochet gift for someone who needs some of the doggy love in their life. Maybe that someone would love to have a dog, but cannot? Or maybe that someone has just lost the beloved puppy? Help fill that dog-shaped while in someone’s heart on that special day and check the pattern by Lee Mei Li that has been so beautifully followed by Craft Passion.

  • DESIGNED by Lee Mei Li of AmiguruMEI
  • THIS VERSION by Craft Passion
  • PROJECT TYPE  amigurumi
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner


Photos by Craft Passion / craftpassion.com

Find original free pattern on craftpassion.com.

Velvet Valentine Crochet Bear

Valentine’s Day is all about love and cherishing the special people we have in our life. It can be your partner, your best friend or your kid. Whoever that is, this person for sure deserves a special crochet gift that will remind of you and your love. Repeat Crafter Me had the same idea and has created this cute velvet bear by the pattern from Yarnpisations. This can be a great hugsy to give this time of year so that he can become a lovely everyday companion for your beloved one.

  • DESIGNED by Sarah Zimmerman for Yarnspirations
  • THIS VERSION by Repeat Crafter Me
  • PROJECT TYPE  plushie
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Photos by Repeat Crafter Me / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.


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