Level 2 – easy
On 3rd December 1967, South African doctor Christiaan Barnard performed world’s first heart transplant in a person. Donor was Denise Darvall, a young clerk aged 25 that died when she was knocked down by a car. Surgery was carried out by a team of twenty surgeons conducted by Barnard and took nine hours. When recipient patient woke up declared to feel better with the new heart.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a DIGITAL crochet pattern, NOT a finished item.
Pattern is available in English and Spanish
5 pages PDF pattern that contains written instructions and chart, offering a high level of detail and specification at every step.
Level 2 – easy
If you are looking for a relaxing project, this is what you want. These patterns are very repetitive. They use basic stitches and easy procedures.
Stitches and Techniques used (U.S. terminology)
Chain (abbrev. ch)
YO and pull through loop on hook.
Slip Stitch(abbrev. sl st)
Insert hook in stitch, YO and pull through both loops on hook at once.
Though Back Loop (abbrev. tbl)
The back loop is furthest away from you.
Crocheting into the Back Bump of a Chain
Usually you crochet in the right side of the chain. When you turn your chain, you’ll see a small ‘bump’ on the wrong side of each stitch.
Crochet hook 4.5 mm (7 US), 6.00 mm (J US)
Yarn: DK, Light.
Katia Merino Aran (52% Merino, 48% Acrylic), 100g (3 oz. ½), 155m (169 yds):
nº 51 (light maroon)
nº 82 (bottle green)
It is a perfect pattern if you have some leftovers of yarn and you do not know what to do with it! Heart: 5g
Using light worsted weight yarn, finished item will be approx. 6 cm x 8 cm.
This pattern is written in US terminology.This pattern is worked side to side.
Heart is worked flat, in one piece, going back and forth rows.
To create a knit-like look we will work in slip stitch through the back loop (slst-tbl).
Take care to not work sl sts too tightly.
Turning chains at the beginning of rows do not count as a stitch.