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7+ Quick St. Patricks Day Crochet Patterns

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Crochet the town green this St. Patrick’s Day with these quick and cute shamrock inspired crochet projects!

Being Irish, I couldn’t let March 17th (aka St. Patrick’s Day, aka St. Paddy’s Day, aka St. Patty’s Day!) pass without finding some of the best green crochet projects out there.

Everything on my list is a quick project and suitable for beginners, and will ensure you are suitably green from head to toe this St. Patricks Day.

For each of the projects below, I list the pattern format as well as the recommended yarn. This allows you to see at a glance what you might be able to use from your stash.

Now, let’s get crocheting!


Leprechaun Hat Headband by Sarah @ Repeat Crafter Me

I can’t think of a cuter St. Patrick’s Day accessory for a little girl (or a big girl!) than this one 🙂

Pattern Format: Written

Pattern Sizes: One Size

Yarn Weight: #4 Worsted

Suggested Yarn: Bernat Super Value Yarn


Puff Stitch Hat + Shamrock by Sarah @ Ned & Mimi

Stay warm at your local St. Patrick’s Day parade with this puff stitch crochet hat. And the shamrock is detachable so you can continue wearing it after the parade 🙂

Pattern Format: Written

Pattern Sizes: Toddler/Child/Adult

Yarn Weight: #4 Worsted

Suggested Yarn:  Hayfield Aran with Wool in Green Heather or Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran


Lucky Crochet Top Hat by Brittany @ BHooked Crochet

Channel your inner leprechaun with this fabulous lucky top hat!

Pattern Format: Written

Pattern Sizes: One Size

Yarn Weight: #6 Super Bulky

Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Hometown USA


Four Leaf Clover by Brittany @ BHooked Crochet

Use these clovers to make a garland for your house, or add them to a hairband for a pop of St. Patrick’s Day colour.

Pattern Format: Written

Pattern Sizes: One Size

Yarn Weight: #4 Worsted

Suggested Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver, Spring Green


Crochet St Patrick’s Day Shamrock and Lucky Clover Appliqués by Olena @ Golden Lucy Crafts

Olena is the queen of crochet appliqués and her selection of shamrock and clover motifs is pretty perfect. She has a really helpful video and some lovely ideas on how to use and style your appliqués.

Pattern Format: Written & Video

Pattern Sizes: One Size

Yarn Weight:

Suggested Yarn: Size 10 Cotton Thread


St. Patty’s Easy Crochet Boot Cuffs with poms by Jessica @ Mama in a Stitch

Aren’t these gorgeous!? If I only had a couple of hours and needed a last-minute addition to my St. Patrick’s Day outfit, then these are what I would make 🙂

Pattern Format: Written

Pattern Sizes: Pattern is given for size S but with instructions on how to adjust

Yarn Weight: #4 Worsted

Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Heartland


Shamrock Cuff by Erin @ Auburn Elephant

This cute shamrock cuff is super quick to make and perfect for adding just a touch of green to your St. Patrick’s Day outfit.

Pattern Format: Written

Pattern Size: One Size

Yarn Weight: #4 Super Bulky

Suggested Yarn: Any worsted weight cotton yarn (Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran would work well)


Irish Flag Cowl by Kristine @ Ambassador Crochet

This cute cowl is made with super bulky yarn so it will have you warm and cozy in no time!

Pattern Format: Written

Pattern Sizes: One Size (8” X 24”)

Yarn Weight: #6 Super Bulky

Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Hometown USA


I hope you have taken some inspiration from these projects, happy crocheting!

Sarah

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