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Celebrate your Pride everywhere you go with these adorable Amigurumi Pride Heart Keychains! These heart keychains are a miniaturized version of my popular Pride Flag Hearts Amigurumi Pattern, and they are perfect for carrying your keys or attaching to your bag.
All eight flags from my Pride Flag Hearts Amigurumi Pattern have been recreated as smaller keychain-sized hearts, as seen below. From top left to bottom right: Rainbow, Inclusive Rainbow (aka the Philadelphia Pride Flag), Trans, Bisexual, Lesbian, Pansexual, Non-Binary, Asexual.
Do you like my Pride Heart Keychains Amigurumi Pattern? If so, please consider purchasing a copy of the premium PDF version for a small cost. The premium crochet pattern PDF is available for purchase on my website pattern shop, Ravelry, and Etsy, and includes 15 pages of pictures and detailed instructions to make your very own set of Amigurumi Pride Heart Keychains.
– 15 pages of photos and detailed instructions to make and assemble your hearts, including making-of photos not included in the free version below
– Colour change instructions to make all 8 Pride flags (only the Rainbow instructions are included free below)
– Ad-free & professionally formatted PDF of the pattern instructions
– Available offline & perfect for printing or downloading to your mobile devices
– PDF version of the Invisible Colour Change Tutorial included in the pattern for quick reference
In addition to the benefits above, your support will be greatly appreciated and will help me to continue designing and offering these free patterns to you!
I will be donating 50% of ALL PDF sales of my Pride Heart Keychains Amigurumi Pattern to an LGBTQ+ charity! I might switch it up every few months, but to start with I’m going to donate to the Vancouver-based organization Rainbow Refugee.
Who is Rainbow Refugee?
Per their website: Founded in 2000, Rainbow Refugee is a Vancouver based community group that supports people seeking refugee protection in Canada because of persecution based on sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression (SOGIE) or
Growing up in Vancouver, I always took for granted how safe and accepting the city is towards LGBTQ+ folks – not always perfect of course, but so much better than even many places in North America. Yet, there are millions of people around the world who live in daily fear of persecution for their sexual and gender identity. We still have a long ways to go, but I believe organizations such as Rainbow Refugee make an important difference by supporting LGBTQ+ refugees who are fleeing persecution.
I believe in full transparency so you have no doubt where this money is going. Therefore, each time I make a donation I will post the receipts on this page.
Visit the links below to purchase your ad-free premium copy of my Pride Heart Keychains Amigurumi Pattern, and support a good cause!
Show your Pride colours wherever you go with these adorable crochet heart keychains! The free pattern below shows the basic heart pattern as well as colour change instructions for the Rainbow Pride flag. The premium PDF version of the pattern includes colour change instructions for the other 7 flags: Inclusive Pride Rainbow, Trans, Bisexual, Lesbian, Pansexual, Non-Binary, and Asexual.
Approx 1.5″ high
-Rainbow – Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple
-Inclusive Rainbow – Black, Brown, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple
-Trans – Light Blue, Light Pink, White
-Bisexual – Pink, Blue, Purple
-Pansexual – Pink, Blue, Yellow
-Lesbian – Red, Orange, White, Light Pink, Pink
-Non-Binary – Yellow, White, Purple, Black
-Asexual – Black, White, Grey, Purple
I strongly recommend using the Invisible Colour Change method (see my tutorial post here) to reduce the visibility of the colour changes.
When reading the pattern, (_,_)*x means that you repeat the instructions in the bracket “x” number of times. For example, (Sc 1, Inc)*6 means to repeat (Sc 1, Inc) 6 times. The number in brackets at the end of each row is the total number of stitches you will have when you finish that row.
Round 1: Sc 5 in a Magic Circle (5)
Round 2: Sc around (5)
Round 3: Inc*5 (10)
Round 4: Sc around (10)
Round 5: (Sc 1, Inc)*5 (15)
Round 6: Sc around (15)
Round 7: (Sc 2, Inc)*5 (20)
Round 8: Sc around (20)
Round 9: (Sc 3, Inc)*5 (25)
Round 10: Sc around (25)
Round 11: (Sc 4, Inc)*5 (30)
Round 12: Sc around (30)
From here, you will continue in a spiral to make the first hump. Before you do so, make sure to tie off all the ends inside the heart.
Round 1: Sc 15 (15)
Round 2: Sc into the first stitch of Round 1. Sc 14 more stitches around the hump. (15)
If you are changing colours for Round 2, I recommend doing the first stitch in the previous row’s colour. It will be easier to change colours in the second stitch of the row.
Round 3: (Sc 1, Dec)*5 (10)
Round 4: Dec*5 (5)
Finish off, leaving a long end. Stuff the heart (you will continue stuffing it as you create the second hump).
Round 1: Leaving a long end, join yarn with a Standing Single Crochet (see tutorial here) to the first unworked stitch from Round 12. Sc 14 more stitches around the hump. (15)
Round 2: Sc into the first stitch of Round 1 (this will create a hole between the humps, but don’t worry!). Dec 1, then (Sc 1, Dec)*4 (10)
You will sew up the hole between the humps later, using the long end from Row 1. Also, if you are changing colours for Row 2, please see my advice from the first hump.
Finish stuffing the heart.
Round 3: Dec*5 (5)
Finish off, leaving a long end, close up the holes, and weave in all ends.
To create a yarn loop for attaching the keychain:
Using your preferred colour: Ch 11, then Sc into 2nd Ch from hook and Sc into the remaining 9 stitches (10)
Cut the yarn, leaving a long end.
The keychains I purchased consist of a split ring attached to a chain, and a separate open jump ring. If you have something similar, follow my instructions for attaching an open jump ring to your heart.
If you have a keychain where the jump ring is already closed and can’t be easily opened, then skip to my instructions for attaching a closed jump ring to your heart.
If you have an OPEN jump ring on your keychain:
Join the yarn into a loop and stitch it securely to the heart. To attach the keychain, insert the open jump ring through the chain of the keychain and then through the yarn loop you just made. Use pliers to close the jump ring tightly.
If you have a CLOSED jump ring on your keychain:
Do not sew the chains into a loop or stitch it to the heart yet. First, run the yarn through the jump ring. Then you can go ahead and sew the yarn into a loop and stitch it securely to your heart.
See below for instructions on which rows to change colours for the Pride Rainbow Flag. Looking for one of the other flags? Check out the premium PDF version of this pattern to find colour change instructions for 8 different pride flags!
Rounds 1-4: Purple
Rounds 5-7: Blue
Rounds 8-10: Green
Rounds 11-13: Yellow
Round 14 + Hump Rounds 1-2: Orange
Hump Rounds 3-6: Red
I hope you enjoy this pattern, and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to comment below or email me.
And if you made your own Pride Heart Keychain I would love to see a picture on Instagram! Make sure to tag me so I don’t miss it, @waywardpineapplecreations.
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