Shot through the heart and you're to blame.... Darlin' you give crochet a bad name!
I really don't know enough about crochet to pretend to teach it all to you. But painstakingly following this tutorial for crocheted hearts, even I managed to make one!
After making yesterday's wooden arrow card, I had embroidery floss and leftover arrows on my desk. The mess sparked this idea for little crochet heart friendship bracelets. They are not too hard to make after you figure the whole crochet thing out. If you already know how to crochet, you'll be able to make them in a snap!
Start by crocheting the heart. I used 2 strands of embroidery floss, but plan to do more with 6 strands so that the heart is a little fuller.
After the heart is finished, make a slip stitch on one side and start crocheting a chain for the wrist portion of the bracelet. When it is long enough, use another slip stitch to attach it around the wood arrow. Cut the end off leaving a tail.
Weave any tails into your stitching and trim.
To wear the bracelet, wrap it around the wrist and poke the end of the arrow through the center of the heart.
Then turn on some Bon Jovi and get your groove on!