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Quilted heart ideas for Valentine’s Day

Something I have discovered about myself is that I love hearts.  As I looked through my past tutorials and projects, I found all kinds of quilted heart ideas for Valentine’s Day.  If you’re somewhat new to my blog, you might have missed these.

Last year, I shared a Woven Heart Block tutorial and it’s probably a favorite still.

Woven Heart Quilt Block Tutorial @ The Crafty Quilter


I made a small quilt using nine woven heart blocks, that I just got back from my long arm quilter.  I love the quilting and once the binding is on, it’s going… somewhere… I don’t know yet.


My Nordic Mini Quilt was a Winter holiday favorite a few years ago, but I think it’s perfect for February, too.

Nordic Mini Quilt Tutorial @ The Crafty Quilter. It's perfect for Winter and for Valentine's Day!


If you’re looking for a sweet pillow, you’ll enjoy this Home is Where the Heart Is pillow.  The words were made using my sewing machine, but hand embroidery would be awesome, too.

Quilted heart projects @ The Crafty Quilter. Home is Where The Heart is Pillow makes a great addition to your Valentine's Day decor, or use it throughout the year.

Quilted heart projects @ The Crafty Quilter. Home is Where The Heart is Pillow makes a great addition to your Valentine's Day decor, or use it throughout the year.


This LOVE Letters Mini quilt is definitely all about Valentine’s Day.  This blog post also includes a tutorial on how to add jumbo ric rak to the quilt edges.

LOVE Letters Mini Quilt

How to add ric rak to your quilt edges @ The Crafty Quilter
How to add ric rak to your quilt edges @ The Crafty Quilter


If you want something quick that involves no sewing, check out this Hearts and Burlap Canvas tutorial.  I’m sure you’ve got some scraps that would look amazing with this!

Quilted heart projects @ The Crafty Quilter. This Hearts & Burlap Canvas Tutorial is a quick make for Valentine's Day!


My one and only tutorial for the Moda Bakeshop includes this Flirtatious Hearts Table Topper & Pincushion project.  This was a charm pack friendly quilt and it would make a great baby quilt, too.

Quilted heart projects @ The Crafty Quilter includes this Flirtatious Hearts Table Topper for the Moda Bake Shop


I’m amazed that I don’t have a quilted heart mug rug!  That should be on my list for next year.  For now, I’m working on this lovely wall hanging that will soon be a tutorial for you guys.  I’ve made some ombre hearts that are 6 1/2″ square and alternated them with an embroidered square-in-a-square block.  How many ways can you say “Love” in verb form?  Apparently, only 3 because I couldn’t come up with anything else!  So, I added the current year to put in that fourth block instead.

Quilted heart projects:  Ombre love tutorial coming soon @ The Crafty Quilter

I love the embroidered touch, and I can’t wait to finish this!  I’m going for a farmhouse chic look.  What do you think?

I will be visiting my daughter and her family in Austin, Texas; we’re leaving on Thursday morning.  I doubt that I’ll have this finished by then, but I’ll get it to you asap.

Until then, make sure to check out these other Valentine’s Day projects and round ups:

This Love Notes Pillow is so adorable!  Taunja at Carried Away Quilting has all of the sweet details for you.

Love Notes Pillow Tutorial @ Carried Away Quilting
Love Notes Pillow Tutorial @ Carried Away Quilting


Jacquelynne Steves has put together 27 Free Valentine’s Day projects to sew & quilt.  This should keep you busy and inspired for quite a while!

27 Free Valnetine's Day Projects to Sew and Quilt @ Jacquelynne Steves


Thanks for visiting today.  I hope you’re feeling some LOVE right about now!

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  1. Thanks for re-sharing these projects! I absolutely love them!! I always look forward to seeing your blog in my inbox!

  2. You are a Woman after my own heart!!! Pun intended I dearly love hearts and can’t wait to try all of these!!! Thank you!

  3. You ALWAYS have so many CUTE projects and great ideas! I have COPIED several of your beautiful creations–i cannot tell a lie!! Thanks so much for the inspiration….I have dressed up every room in my home seasonally, my office cube, and have brought joy to others by giving as as gifts. The only thing i HATE is that I wish i HAD MORE TIME CREATE! 🙂 Looking forward to more crafts and quilt projects…thanks so much for sharing your talent!

  4. It was so great to see this pop up in my feed – I just went looking for your woven heart pattern! I am an Island Batik ambassador and was thinking of using it for one of my Feb projects (fabrics haven’t arrived so just planning). And now, there are so many other ideas….wow!!! Thank you.

  5. Thank you for another inspirational blog. I love your style and I love hearts too. Family and home are so important, enjoy your visit to your daughter and her family.

  6. Thank-You sew much!!! I love sewing for Valentines Day, Fall, and Christmas!!! I only discovered you during those times, and I beyond blessed with your great ideas. Thanks for sharing your creativity!!

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