February 11, 2022

I am having so much fun making these themed Heart Pouches! They are such a quick and easy project. Great for last minute gifts and even favors. So far I’ve made a pencil themed one, and now a flag one!

The Heart Pouch Pattern is available in my Etsy or here on my website. They are the perfect size for gift cards, candy, and small gifts.

These Heart Pouches work up in one piece and are seamless!

Originally I had planned to make this flag heart mod in May for the summer patriotic holidays, but with the Olympics this year a few of you beat me to it! So here it is. 

Buttons and Custom Social Media Nameplates can be found in my Etsy Shop.

Materials:

  • H 5mm hook
  • Cotton or Acrylic Yarn in Red, White, and Blue. I used I Love This Cotton from Hobby Lobby
  • ¾” – 1” buttons. I used these.

Pattern:

Make pouch as directed in the pattern with the following color changes.

Carry the red and white up the side of the join instead of fastening off after each change to make it easier.

Rounds 1-2: Red

Rounds 3-4: White

Rounds 5-6: Red 

Rounds 7-8: White

Rounds 9-10: Red

Remaining Rounds: Blue. ****It is important to still do the SLST’s in the side of round 10 even though you are using a different color.  It’s not noticeable and it helps with the roundness of the bumps.

Fasten off and weave in all ends.

Optional: embroider stars in the blue part.

You can also make the pencil version found here!

These are the perfect size for gift cards and other small gift!

And one of my favorite parts about this pattern is the seamless look! It works up in one piece and the only sewing required is for the button.

We’d love to see your finished Heart Pouches! Tag your photos on Instagram with @KathysKozies and use the hashtag #KathysKozies

Visit my blog for more mods to this pattern  

Pattern and images are Copyright ©Kathy’s Kozies, Forget-Me-Not Creations LLC.

Please do not reproduce and redistribute this pattern or images in this pattern as your own. Not for commercial use. You are welcome to sell your finished piece, but if you do, I ask that you specify Kathy’s Kozies as the original designer and provide a link back to my pattern.