Take a look at all these amazing St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Ideas in the pictures below! You will love how they look in your home, I promise! whether you’ll go for a fun wreath, a coaster, or a blanket, they will all make the best addition to this fun day. Above all, all of these projects are very simple and quick to crochet, making them ideal for an afternoon project to unwind after a long day at work. Check out these patterns and pick your favorite!
Designed by: Crochet 365 Knit Too
Here is an excellent last-minute gift idea for St Patrick’s Day! Crochet these funny leprechaun coasters with a free pattern. They create a festive mood, look lovely, and, I believe, will bring fortune. It’s an easy project for intermediate-level crocheters, but if you carefully follow the instructions, adventurous beginners can also try it.
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St Patrick’s Day Gnome
Designed by: passionatecraft2
The Passionate Crafter has an amigurumi gnome pattern for every occasion, and St Patrick’s Day is no exception. Good for us! Brighten your mood by creating this fun leprechaun gnome with a free crochet pattern.
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Shamrock Table Runner
Designed by: Raine Eimre
A shamrock table runner could be a festive decor for St. Patrick’s Day and an everyday talisman for your home. It’s believed that the shamrock image attracts fortune, so why not use this chance? It looks beautiful as a wall hanging too. Learn how to make a crochet table runner with a free pattern. Enjoy!
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Crochet Shamrock Square
Designed by: Jennifer E. Ryan
This shamrock square has so much texture and looks incredible! Its free crochet pattern has a little secret: you need to make a few lace hearts to get the shamrock image. It’s a simple task. Add textured stitches, and you’ll understand this will be fun.
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Lucky Leprechaun Beanie
Designed by: Janet Pippin
Let your kids be lucky leprechauns on St. Patrick’s Day, and make them festive beanies. Or you can crochet one for yourself; why not. The crochet leprechaun’s hat pattern is free, and if you’re familiar with colorwork, easy. Have fun!
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Designed by: Black Rose Stitches
An Irish flag blanket is an excellent option for those who want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day but not create things that will then lie in a box for a whole year. The tricolor blanket is a bright and valuable piece for your interior with a festive mood. The pattern is free, so enjoy your crocheting!
PHOTOS by Black Rose Stitches / blackrosestitches.net
Find the original free pattern on blackrosestitches.net.
Leprechaun Stuck in Wreath
Designed by: StringyDingDing
This super cute leprechaun that’s stuck in this wreath is another fantastic project by StringyDingDing. Make sure to also check out her Halloween wreath, that’s going to be a lot of fun! What’s more, it will make all your guests supper happy and put them in the best mood!
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Designed by: Kris Moore
Who wouldn’t want to have this Shamrock Dishcloth in their kitchen or bathroom? It’s so much fun! It will make cleaning up a pleasurable experience. It has a cute hanging loop stem that makes drying easy.This is ideal for gift giving or displaying on your table at a craft show.
PHOTOS by Kris Moore / ravelry.com
Designed by: Lisa Hounshell
Discover something new! This Shamrock Doily is a solid granny square with small Shamrock motifs as a border, making it a cute and unique St. Patrick’s Day decor item. This project employs my Breakaway Crochet Method techniques, which allow you to crochet the small shamrocks one after the other with a single length of yarn. This means there will be no vexing yarn tails to weave in!
PHOTOS by Lisa Hounshell / ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
Make sure to also check out: Crochet Baby Booties Ideas
Saint Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Gnome
Designed by: Jen Hayes
Prepare to have a more enjoyable Saint Patrick’s Day with this adorable Crochet Saint Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Gnome! Some of the techniques used in the design require intermediate crochet experience, but ambitious beginners are always encouraged to try because this is how advanced skills are developed! Each gnome is about 10 inches (25 cm) tall from the top of his hat to the tip of his shoe.
PHOTOS by Jen Hayes / ravelry.com