Ewe Ewe Heart Heart {free knitting pattern}

It's that time of year where everything is filled with pink and red hearts and that's my favorite time of year! I love knitting and I love hearts and I really love knitting hearts. Make some Ewe Ewe Heart Hearts with me!

Ewe Ewe Heart Heart free knitting pattern

Ewe Ewe Heart Heart

Designed by Heather Walpole
Finished measurements: About 3" wide
Yarn: Ewe Ewe Wooly Worsted yarn, 95 yards,
     Approx. 12 yards per heart, one ball makes about 8 hearts
Needles: US 6 (4 mm) knitting needles
Supplies: Darning needle to weave in ends, polyfil for stuffing
Gauge: Not necessary, have fun!


CO 2 st.
Row 1: KFB, K to last st, KFB.
Row 2: P 1 row.
Rep these 2 rows 6 times total, 14 st.

Row 3: K2tog, K5 and turn, leaving remaining 7 st on the needle.
Row 4: P2tog, P2, P2tog.
Row 5: BO 4 st.

Cut a long piece of yarn (about 12”) and weave through back of piece to reattach to other side where you left off when turning.

Row 6: K5, K2tog.
Row 7: P2tog, P2, P2tog.
Row 8: BO 4 st.

Repeat the above pattern for opposite side of heart.

Weave in loose ends. With wrong sides facing each other, sew up the two heart pieces and stuff with polyfil before making the last few stitches.

Sew in that last loose end, and you’re in love!

Learn to Knit and Crochet at Big Picture Classes

Have you been wanting to learn how to knit? Do you know how to knit but have always wanted to learn the basics of crochet? Yes! Both are great skills and enjoyable hobbies and our friends at Big Picture Classes have introduce a session that teaches you both!

The new class, Yarn 101 is taught by my friend Hannah Thiessen and uses Ewe Ewe Wooly Worsted yarn exclusively in the class. Look how pretty it is! There are supply kits here that put together this perfect color combo for you.

Yarn 101 goes into detail about knitting, crochet, yarn and how to choose the right yarn for a project. You'll also learn about the tools you'll need to complete this and many other projects. Here's just some of the skills you'll take away from the course:

  • Why knitting and crocheting are still around and how you can use these skills
  • How to choose the right tools for your projects
  • How to perform a basic knit stitch, along with basic crochet stitches
  • Starting and finishing your first knitted and crocheted project
  • Access to two beginner patterns that work with the recommended class kits
  • How to modify these basic patterns to be a cowl or scarf

As a special introductory promotion, Yarn 101 is FREE to take for the month of February! Use code: HANNAH at checkout to receive one month of free service to the entire Big Picture Classes site. 

Head over and check out Yarn 101 and the entire Big Picture Classes website.

Ravelry Roundup: Sporting Mittens

Lots of knitters use Ewe Ewe yarns and they share their patterns on Ravelry. There's so many great ideas and I love to see how people use my yarn and turn it into amazing projects! Here are just a few.

Sheep! Look at the mittens stashcastlerock knit in our Ewe So Sporty yarn. The Valais Blackness Sheep Mittens look simply adorable and now I want a pair!

CloverHill calls the project "1st mittens" on Ravelry. Does that mean they are the first pair of mittens that she's ever knit? Because they're pretty amazing! What's better than pink and white chevron mittens, not much I say!

The pair of Techie Twosome knit by catmujer in Ewe So Sporty yarn are pretty great. I really like that she's keeping warm with her beer instead of a smart phone. That seems like a win to me!

What a beautiful pair of fingerless gloves KansanAtHeart knit for her sister! Knitters are so nice.

Are you on Ravelry? You should add me as a friend and join the Ewe Ewe Yarns group, too!