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Red Heart Yarn

Updated October 27, 2016

Red Heart

About Red Heart

Red Heart is proud to be America's Favorite Yarn and one of the most trusted brands for knitters and crocheters. For 80 years, Red Heart has been at the center of joy-filled memories for the giver and the receiver of hand-made, one-of-a-kind creations given from the heart.

Our wide selection of yarns are regularly used by knitters or crocheters in North America, and are the winner of the Women’s Choice Award for America’s most recommended yarn brand. With a suite of quality, trusted yarns and knitting and crochet supplies, along with over 3,000 free patterns to spark imagination, Red Heart’s mission is to inspire joy in each person it touches. Explore all of our yarns and free patterns on our website at redheart.com.

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From Head to Toe, Young to Old: 26 Knit and Crochet Accessories Have a Red Heart Holiday Jolly Holidays Baby Love Knit and Crochet Patterns from Red Heart Yarn
26 Knit and Crochet Accessories Have a Red Heart Holiday Jolly Holidays Baby Love Knit and Crochet Patterns from Red Heart Yarn
We've Got You Covered Make it A Red Heart Holiday Wrap it Up with 25 Afghans Welcome to Our Home: Knit and Crochet Ideas from Red Heart  
25 Knit and Crochet Throws Make it a Red Heart Holiday 25 Afghan Patterns from Red Heart Yarn Welcome to Our Home: Knit and Crochet Ideas from Red Heart  

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I am trying to do the afghan crochet granny afghan by Darla J Fanlon for red heart bur do not understand all the direction ans do not see a pattern for a complete square and help would be appreciated thanks

Hello. In going thru the patterns I found one that I really liked. It was crocheted. I tried to order it and lost it somehow and can not find it. It was done with Red Heart yarn so I am hoping you can help me find it. It was something Ocean or Sea. It is for intermediate and was done in bright colors and I really liked it. I am hoping you can help me find it. Thank you in advance for any help you can give me.

hi...i looked up how to do seed stitch and it says to always start with an even number of stitches. your instructions say to cast on 19 sts. is this correct? can you still do seed stitch with an odd number of sts? thank you, rita

crazygranny call the no name pattern snug as a bug

call the no name pattern -- snuggles

I would name it the huggy snuggy

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