Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is a MUST in my household – and I’ll tell you why further along. And because it’s a time of celebration, I’ve put together a list of 31 amazing St. Patrick’s Day inspired crochet patterns from some of your favourite bloggers!
So back to my story about St Patrick’s Day.
It was a normal day about 8 years ago, when I was pregnant with my 2nd baby. I woke up to some discomfort, but it was about a month and a half away from my due date, so I tried really hard to ignore it.
As the day went on though, there was no denying that my little guy was telling me something. Sean and I went to the hospital and they booked us in to deliver our little St Patrick’s Day baby, Conan!
The nurses at the hospital gave Conan shamrock bedsheets for his incubator (although he was 6 weeks early, he was only in the incubator for 24 hours as a precaution). He also had a shamrock baby hat!
We’re getting pretty good at celebrating St Patrick’s Day at our house.
Conan pretty much insists every year! I often think about what my Irish little due with green eyes is going to get up to with a St Patrick’s Day birthday when he’s older, but for now it’s lots of green cake, and treats.
Enjoy these festive patterns from some amazing artists!
1. Rosemary Green Baby Bonnet by Kristen Holloway Designs:
The Rosemary Green baby bonnet is the counterpart to Kristen’s Lavender Blue baby bonnet. Filled with rich, earthy hues, flower details, and lacy stitches, this bonnet speaks of forest adventures, and the woodsy smell of mosses, and leaves. A delicate ribbon tie adds to the vintage charm.
2. The Juliette Shawl by Jessie At Home
Jessie writes, ” Every year I walk in the St. Patrick’s Day parade with my Girl Scout troop. This year I decided I needed a shawl. Juliette is perfect for the coming spring, as it’s open design keeps it from being too warm. The circular design keeps it from falling off, so no worries of losing my shawl somewhere on the parade route! Juliette is named after Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Guides, which became the Girl Scouts.”
3. The Fins Wrap by Jessie At Home
Go under the sea with the Fins Wrap! Each section looks like a fin, and you can make as many sections as you wish. For the sample in this pattern there are 5 sections, but you can make more or less to your liking. Experiment with color and create your own one of a kind Fins Wrap!
4. The Gemma Wrap by Jessie At Home
Gemma is a striped crochet shawl featuring sections of double crochet interspersed with sections of post stitch filet, and finished with a lace border. Made in Anzula Ava Sport weight it flows beautifully and will keep the chill off your shoulders. Make it in the lovely shades of blue and green as seen in the sample, or in colors of your choosing.
5. 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. There are so many options, just have fun with them.
6. The Emerald Isle Cowl by Cre8tion Crochet
This free crochet convertible cowl can be work in a variety of different ways and would look great with any outfit. It features a fun lacy design with a simple 4-row repeat. This pattern is available in 8 sizes. Enjoy!
7. The Pixie Dust Tee by Cre8tion Crochet
The Pixie Dust Tee is a wonderfully versatile top that can be paired with jeans, shorts, skirts or slacks for different looks throughout the summer all the way into early Fall. The diamondback provides a gorgeous design that’s lacy giving you a garment that’s airy and comfortable. Its ribbed sleeves and hem hugs your arms and torso comfortably.
8. The Zola Bulky Stacked Shell Cowl/Shrug by Cre8tion Crochet
The Zola Bulky Stacked Shell Cowl is available in four sizes. This versatile pattern can be worn as a regular cowl, a hooded cowl or even as a shrug. Design features front post stitches and trinity shells for a unique textured look.
9. The Split Back Cardi by CoCo Crochet Lee
I absolutely love St. Patrick’s Day, because not only is it my little son’s birthday, but it also means that Spring is coming after a long winter! Spring means light and airy garments, and I have the perfect one to share with you! Say ‘hello!’ to the Split-Back Cardi, a lacy darling that is made in one long rectangle with two easy seams!
10. St. Patrick’s Beanie by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts
Nicki writes, ” It is the time of the year again: St. Patrick’s Day preparation. I always liked preparing for holidays, no matter which one. And St. Patrick’s Day is all about green’s, gold’s and clover’s. Well, I decided to combine all these into one by creating the St. Patrick’s Beanie. “
11. Ever After Hood by By Sincerely Pam
Pam writes, ” The Ever After Hood crochet pattern reminds me of a fairy tale. The doubled up fabric cuts the chill of winter, while the beautiful ribbing is easy enough for a beginner. Extra thick, simple in design, and something that girls of all ages would want to wear. “
12. The Lansdowne Cowl by By Sincerely Pam
The Lansdowne Cowl is a little unique from other cowl designs. This one begins smaller up at the neck, and then increases as you work towards the bottom, allowing for some awesome drape and more coverage around the chest, perfect for chilly Northern Ontario winters!
13. Crochet Neckerchief Scarf Pattern by Stitch In Progress
This crochet neckerchief, or crochet bandanna, or crochet neck scarf (depends on where you are from as to what you call it) makes a beautiful addition to your wardrobe and can be worn year round.
14. Lucky Day Blanket by CrochetKim
Kim writes, ” It’s a pentagon, or five-sided polygon. It reminds me of a giant sand dollar so it would be very suitable for a nautical theme in a baby’s room. There are no hole-y bits since the staggered shells make a solid surface. “
15. The Wish Me Luck Crochet Shamrock Shawl by Wilmade
Have you ever had one of those days where you could use some extra luck? I’m sure we all have those moments. If you’re looking for a special project to make for a friend in need, then this is the perfect project for you. The Wish Me Luck Shawl is a great gift you can give someone who is having a tough time just needs a little bit of extra luck. Let them know you’re thinking about them with a unique handmade gift!
16. Crochet Shamrock by JenHayes Creations
Enjoy your Shamrock!
Do you know a special someone who would like one too?
17. Dandelion Field Beanie by With Alex
The Dandelion Field Beanie is a cozy hat to wear when it’s still cold outside but you are dreaming of spring. The dandelion stitches add a delicate texture to this knit inspired hat, but it’s completely crocheted, I promise!
18. Crochet Scarf Pattern by Fosbas Designs
Scarfs are now my newest found love that I want to make crochet scarfs in all colors. This easy crochet scarf pattern comes handy and in no time, you’d find yourself making a beautiful scarf that can pass as a wrap!!!
19. Shamrockin’ Around the Block by Divine Debris
Amber writes, ” I love wearing crochet accessories, they’re light weight and pretty good conversation starters. I’ve had some good compliments from people about my bracelets and earrings in the past! And I like to wear something small, makes me feel connected to my craft and when someone says “that’s super cute!” I get to say “thanks!” and know I made it. That’s pretty cool, right? “
20. Delicious Mug of Something by Divine Debris
How cute is this mug ami!
21. The Shamrock Beanie by The Purple Poncho
The Cross Stitch Shamrock Beanie is so fun to make! 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. Knowledge of counted cross stitch is recommended. This beanie will soon be a go to favorite! Top it off with a matching pom-pom for added fun.
22. The Crochet Sweater Bag by Blackstone Designs
Sonya writes, ” I came across that original ribbing and thought about the cute upcycled sweater purses I’ve seen. I knew immediately that this ribbing would be so cute as a purse edging! “
23. Lucky Charm Leggies by Blackstone Designs
Sonya writes, “
Confession: I am not a fan of the color green. I mean, sure, there are shades of green that I love, but in general.. no.
However, I am willing, ready, and able to rock the green on St. Patrick’s Day! In fact, I look forward to it and even get a little excited!
So, I just had to make a fun festive accessory! And leggings are perfect for that time of year, especially where it’s still wintertime here in Maine.”
24. St Patrick’s Day Jar Cozies by Posh Pooch Designs
This Jar Cozie is a fun way to decorate For your
St. Patrick’s Day party, or get together.
Give each of your guests a Jar Cozie full of their
favorite candy, or drink.
They can take the Jar home as a fun memento
of the great time they had.
It can also be used as a pencil holder for a teacher gift.
26. Spring Cup Cozy by Accrochet
This is a quick gift from me to you while we wait for Spring! This cup cozy is super simple & quick to make. It’s great for decorating a kitchen, or offering a handmade gift!
26. Green Tea Shawl by Accrochet
This asymetrical shawl crocheted with a rustic yarn will deliciously warm you in the coldest days of Québec’s winter.
27. Shamrock Applique by YARNutopia
Nadia writes, ” I am trying not to *press my luck*, but I do like to press the boundaries of these puns! Hey, I’m a *clover*, not a fighter! And I don’t fight against or *tre-foil*-ing the flow of creativity that comes to my mind. So I go all in, sometimes getting a bit *clover-whelmed* with pun overload! I feel pretty *lucky* and *be-leaf* that many of you enjoy my *clover-ness*. These are *magically delicious* ideas that somehow *plant* themselves in my brain. That reminds me, it is time to *shamrock* and roll and get this on my blog! Pretty *clover* how I got that last pun in, right? That’s why I’m here, to *shamrock* your crochet world! (Not trying to make you *green* with envy, but I am pretty good at making these puns up.) “
28. Shamrock Amigurumi by SpinAYarn Crochet
I decided it was time for a true shamrock pattern! It’s worked in two flat panels and is quite a bit smaller than Seamus; perfect as a bag charm, a keychain, to create a St. Patrick’s Day garland, or just to add to a basket to spruce up your St. Patrick’s Day decor.
29. Seamus Shamrock by SpinAYarn Crochet
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day next week, here is a fun little amigurumi shamrock* pattern to help celebrate. Seamus is not really a shamrock; he’s a four-leaf clover. But don’t tell him that! All he wants is to fulfil your St. Patrick’s Day crochet dreams and be the Irish-loving shamrock he knows he is deep down in his leafy, green heart.
30. Crochet Gnome by JenHayes Creations
Norbin’s fiery orange beard makes him quite a bit less elusive than his other white bearded gnome friends. While he’s very aware of his differences he has learned to embrace and enjoy his uniqueness, even when he’s being mistaken as a leprechaun. He doesn’t mind because he’s quite a fan of Saint Patrick’s Day too!
31. Puff Stitch Hat by Ned & Mimi
Ah, St. Patrick’s Day, when the whole world is Irish! A day for breaking out the shamrocks, clovers and pots of gold – and for standing in the freezing cold watching the St. Patrick’s Day parade! If there was ever a day for a crochet shamrock then this would be it .