In just a few minutes you can whip up this free crochet shamrock pattern for St Patrick’s Day! You are going to love this easy crochet shamrock. Make a bunch and make a garland to decorate.

I love simple crochet patterns that can be whipped up in minutes. Have you tried this easy crochet rose?

free crochet shamrock pattern

Turn these little clovers into pins or cute little hair clips. You can crochet just about anything with a little time and practice. Check out these crochet patterns for St Patricks Day. Once you have made some St Patricks Day decorations like these hanging shamrocks (free printable shamrock templates included)  you might want to serve up some fun food. This candied green popcorn is a sweet treat!

Shamrock Pattern

This is my very first crochet video tutorial so please be patient. I tried to make it as quick as possible. I hope it helps you easily create a shamrock! Don’t miss all the crochet patterns.  It is a huge database of free crochet patterns.  You will be able to make a long list of projects. There are 100’s of patterns to choose from.

Crochet Shamrock Supplies

This a  great way to use up bits of yarn. A don’t worry if all the greens are different if making a garland. I think it would look great done this way.  I am thinking a rainbow of shamrocks would be super fun too.

Free shamrock crochet Pattern

Chain 4, join with a slip stitch in the first chain to form a ring.

Petal (make 3): Chain 3, trc, dc, trc, ch 3, slip stitch in ring.

Stem: Chain 6, sc in 2nd chain from hook, and slip stitch in remaining four chains. Fasten off.  Weave in ends.

Shamrock Garland

Learn how to turn this cute three leaf clover into a festive St Patricks Day decoration by turning them into a crochet shamrock garland. Do notice I did use a different sized crochet hook for the garland.

Crochet Flower Patterns

Another thing I love to crochet is flowers! These are perfect projects to take along in your purse for when you have a few extra minutes waiting at appointments or in the carpool line.

 

My Favorite Crochet Tools

  • If you are like me and like to crochet on the go this tote is a stylish way to keep everything you need at your fingertips!
  • My MOST FAVORITE tool is these portable scissors that always make it through security and fit perfectly in my hook case.
  • A️ yarn bowl is a beautiful way to wrangle yarn while crocheting
  • Keep organized with this crochet hooks kit with a case. This 85-piece kit has over 2,500  ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ five-star reviews.
  • Crochet Stitch Dictionary: 200 Essential Stitches with Step-by-Step Photos is the most helpful resource to keep handy!

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Comments

  1. I’m trying to make your crochet easter egg pattern, I don’t understand the pattern at all! it’s like half of it is missing..
    I have a few questions (I tried commenting on the post but I never got a reply)
    1: What does it mean to “chain 10 inside of a MC?” do you mean sc?
    2: I don’t understand how you’re saying there is only two rows, yet there are clearly three in the picture.
    You should really clarify this pattern, it seriously looks like you stole pictures from the internet and made up a pattern to go with it.
    I have been crocheting since I was 10 so trust me when I say this pattern is messed up!

  2. Carol be sure to click through to see how to turn them into a darling shamrock garland!

  3. Love all your recipes and craft ideas. Keep them coming. Sometimes I lose them on the computer. You have lots of good ideas and easy too. Kathy

  4. What a great idea, can add it to my bunnies and pumpkins. Will make them for the bus drivers and students

  5. Thanks so much for sharing this video!! I will be making clover garland this weekend! 🙂

  6. Just the word Crochet brings memories of my Mother. She used to sit with her legs tucked under her, a big ball of yarn and crochet hooks in each hand. Dangling from her hooks would be a doily or some other work of art…I still have some of her work. thanks Cindy..for the memories. I like all the crafts and diy projects on your site.

    Also, wanted to let you know that I have added your website to my Blog…
    under Favorite Websites:

    meandmycaptain.com

    Kari

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