If you're looking for a special project for Valentine's Day (or any other day when you're in the mood for romance), this list of Valentine-inspired projects should give you some ideas.
This cute knit heart is very easy and quick to knit in an evening. Add it to a purchased gift as decoration for the package, or just give it to someone to show you care, any time of year.
This smaller version of the Knit Heart, worked in sock yarn, is a great way to adorn a package or wear your heart on your sleeve (or sweater).
Need a place to collect and store your (or your child's) valentine cards? This little bag is super quick to knit, uses an easy decorative stitch to sew it together and can be used to carry cards or hold any little bits of paperwork you'd like to keep track of in an attractive way.
A simple Garter Stitch headband is fancied up a bit with a little knit heart. This is a perfect project for Valentine's Day and beyond for any little girl in your life.
While not strictly a Valentine's Day pattern, this lacy headband is knit in pink and red, so it's perfect for that day devoted to romance, or really for any day you feel a little flirty. It would also be a great wardrobe staple in other colors, or knit all in one color.
This cute textured heart washcloth, worked in an ombre yarn has color pooling that makes the background look like two people about to kiss. Aww...
This sweet and simple little heart pillow would be a great gift or its an easy way to decorate your home with a little Valentine's Day decor. This one would also be a lovely gift throughout the year.
Eileen Casey's adorable cat sweater is just the thing for a little kid's Valentine's Day party, but it isn't so cutesy that it couldn't be worn throughout the year.
A scarf perfectly sized for a young girl using the OXO cable, an easy cable to learn and remember, which makes this project nice and easy. To make for a bigger person, just buy more yarn and keep knitting to the length of your choice.
It's usually pretty cold in mid-February where I come from, so adding a little holiday cheer that also keeps you warm is always a good idea. These little warmers are extra warm because of the stranded knitting technique that makes the designs possible.