Are you feeling lucky? Because this is going to be a very lucky round up of free St. Patrick’s Day crochet patterns!
In Canada, St. Patrick’s Day is always a fun celebration! In many communities there will be parades and/or various activities for children planned. There may be special concerts planned or celebration at the local pub!
Our kids will wear green to school and look forward to keeping an eye out for gold coins and leprechauns. It’s just a fun day to celebrate!
Of course, that day would not be complete without a few crochet accessories to add to your Irish luck. So I have rounded up 18 very lucky St. Patrick’s Day free crochet patterns for you. From hats and scarves, blankets and appliqués, to stuffed shamrocks and rainbows, there is something for everyone.
To find the pattern, click on the link provided in the pattern title. You will be directed to the designers website. All links will open in a new tab. Be sure to take a look and let me know which is your favourite in the comments below.
Have fun, and happy crocheting!
Free St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Patterns:
This Shamrock Toque by Sarah of Rich Textures Crochet is made using the knit stitch! It features a shamrock design worked with a bit of colour work.
This Lacy Shamrock Scarf by Sarah of Rich Textures Crochet is worked in a worsted weight yarn. The shamrocks are worked separately while a lacy stitch work brings them all together.
This St. Patrick’s Day Irish Flag Cowl pattern by Kristine of Ambassador Crochet is great for a beginner! It’s made with a Super Bulky Weight yarn so it is going to work up quick. A great last minute accessory for that night out on the town!
This Crochet Shamrock Coffee Cozy by Krissy of Krissy’s Over the Mountain Crochet is a quick and practical project! If you check Krissy’s page you’ll also find a matching beanie pattern!
These little Crochet Shamrock and Lucky Cloverpatterns by Olena of Golden Lucy Crafts look so cute and simple! Work up several before St. Patrick’s Day and use them in multiple ways, even scattered over the table for your St. Patrick’s Day dinner or as fun gifts for your kids!
This Lucky Day Baby Blanket by Kim of CrochetKim is adorable! Its unique shape is created by crocheting several triangles that are seamed together. A perfect gift for that March baby shower!
This little Crochet Gnome by Jen of Jen Hayes Creations is simply adorable! He’s definitely one that you would be proud to display around your house year round!
This St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock by Jen of Jen Hayes Creations would make a great addition to your holiday home decor. After making three hearts, you will crochet them together to form the shamrock. I love the little button embellishment!
This crochet Rainbow Pillow by A Crafty Concept looks so cheerful! Would it be fun to work up a few of these to display around you house? The colours are really highlighted by that great texture!
These Rainbow Earrings by A Crafty Concept are so fun and cute! These crochet earrings are sure to bring a smile, not only to your own face, but to those of everyone around!
One question you see a lot in crochet groups on Facebook is, “Anyone have a good rainbow blanket pattern?” Well, I just love this Rainbow Crochet Blanket Free Pattern by Krista of Rescued Paw Designs! It’s bright and features a simple design that you are sure to love!
Looking for something to whip up as a quick dinner favour for St. Patrick’s Day? This bottle cozy might just be the perfect project! The Crochet Shamrock Cozy Pattern for St. Patrick’s Dayby Krista of Rescued Paw Designs features a small shamrock on the front and Krista has a number of other neat ideas for this little shamrock on her blog!
I know it is usually still a bit chilly in my corner of the world come St. Patrick’s Day, so this Puff Stitch Hat with Crochet Shamrock by Sarah of Ned and Mimi would be perfect if I’m looking to wear some green while I’m out and about!
This little Four Leaf Clover Free St. Patrick’s Day crochet pattern by Jessie of Jessie at Home can be worked in many different types of yarn and hook sizes. This means that you can make larger or smaller clovers depending on how you would like to use them!
This Irish Blessings Doily by Bella Crochet is beautiful! If you’ve wanted to try your hand at a bit of lace work, why not give this one a try? It’s a project that you will be proud to display on your table for St. Patrick’s Day!
These final three free St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Patterns are all by Jillian of Sin a Yarn Crochet and are so cute! I don’t think I could make just one, but would have to make all three!
16. Roy the Rainbow
17. Seamus Shamrock:
And there you have it! 18 Free St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Patterns! I hope you have fun and are able to make a few of these, then save the rest for later! Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Happy Crocheting!