Learn How To Crochet Shamrock Stitch
Learn How To Crochet Lucky Shamrock Stitch, which is perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day project. It can be made as an applique and you can add it to many other projects.
For example, you could stitch one on to a simple scarf. Dress up a design and you avoid getting pinched on St Patrick’s Day since you’re wearing the traditional green!
Of course, you could use it in other ways. Create a string of shamrocks to hang together as a garland. Create the design in other colors to create a bunting to use in the spring.
A string of pastel shamrocks would work for an Easter party and into the rest of the year.
This shamrock pattern is for a classic three-leaf clover. But the four-leaf clover is the one that people consider “lucky” so you might want to make an extra shamrock leaf. You can adapt the instructions to make a four-leaf clover if you wish.
The fourth leaf is made the same way as the second and third leaves and sits next to the third leaf before adding the stem.
The clover’s finished sizes will depend on your choices. Lighter thread and smaller hooks will make tiny shamrocks. Using bulky yarn and big crochet hooks will make large, plushy shamrocks. Make a bunch in many sizes for a St. Patrick’s Day display.
Shamrocks are normally green, but you can make yours more unique by choosing different yarn colors. Play with the options.
Check out this pattern and tutorial by Lucy over at Golden Lucy Crafts. Please click here: Lucky Shamrock
This is not a download pattern it is accessible on the link page, just scroll down.
Alternatively, see this Shamrock heart applique pattern and tutorial, designed by Sarah, from Repeat Crafter Me. Please click here: Shamrock Applique.
Featured Images: Lucy over at Golden Lucy Crafts/Sarah, from Repeat Crafter Me-thank you!
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