Happy March!! It’s the season for luck, and who can’t use some of that? I know I’ll take all the help I can get, even if I have to crochet it myself. In that spirit, I have found 7 free crochet patterns to help you make your own luck. Plus find some awesome printables for St. Patrick’s Day!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Four Leaf Clover by Jessie At Home
“This easy clover pattern can be made with just about any yarn and the coordinating hook. You can make bigger clovers for bunting or coasters, and smaller clovers for pins or appliques. You can make a variety for confetti on you table for a St. Patrick’s Day get-together.”
2) Shamrock Phone Cover by My Hobby is Crochet
“This Shamrock Phone Cover could be a good project to practice tapestry crochet. Make your own good luck charm!”
3) Lucky Day Cowl by Moogly
“We could all use a little extra luck once in a while – and the fun little clovers or shamrocks in the Lucky Day Cowl might just be the token you need! At the very least, it’ll decrease the odds of pinching!”
4) Shamrock Beanie by The Purple Poncho
“This hat features a counted cross stitch design that makes a shamrock across the front. Start by making your crochet hat and add this pretty design for a stylish hat.”
5) Lucky Rainbow Cowl Crochet Pattern By Posh Pooch Designs
“This Crochet Pattern is very easy. It is mostly stitched in Half Double crochets, and is a great project for practicing HDC Stitches.”
6) St. Patrick’s Day Wreath With a Pot of Gold by Petals to Picots
“The idea for this St. Patrick’s Day wreath crochet pattern was actually sparked back in October when a very creative reader suggested that my Halloween cauldron pattern would also make a great pot of gold for Saint Patrick’s Day.”
7) St Patricks Day Booties by Hopefully Honey
“Although I’m not Irish, for the last 10 years St Patricks Day has held a special place in my heart as my baby sister was born on that iconic Irish holiday!”
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!
To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.
Now would you like make some stickers or buttons or cupcake toppers or other fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts? Well, CLICK HERE for some awesome printables from FreezerLables.net!! They have bunches of other useful printables as well.
OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these (Click the images to go to the kits):
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