A Wee Bit O’ Irish Roundup With hodgepodgecrochet.net

It’s that time of year where we all wear green or suffer the pinchy consequences!!
Below you’ll find some of the best patterns out across the internet to satisfy the inner Irish in you!
Most of the patterns are free however those that are not will be marked with $$. 

CLOVERS!!

From Home has the simplest and most adorable shamrock to get you through the day! Crochet up a whole field of these cuties and hand them out to your kid’s classmates!

From Home crochet clover

Find the pattern HERE!

If you’re looking for more of a banner to get you through the festivities, look no further than Cre8tion Crochet. With variations for a three-leaf and a four-leaf clover you’ll have everything you need to have your guests Ooohing and Aahing over your style!

Luck of the Irish St. Patty's Day Bunting Cre8tion Crochet

Find the pattern HERE!

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Wreaths!! 

Show off your Irish by dressing up your door and you’ll be the envy of your neighborhood with this beauty from Petals to Picots. It comes complete with a pot of gold!St Patricks Day Pot of Gold Wreath Petals to Picots

Find the pattern HERE

If you’re feeling more ambitious and want to add in a Lucky Leprechaun then you want to run straight to Lisa Kingsley. She has some of my favorite crochet wreaths around!

St Patrick's Day Wreath Lisa Kingsley

Find the pattern HERE! $$

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WEARABLES! 

One of my favorite hats for this time of year is designed by  Sweet Potato Crochet Creations. It has everything you need to make sure your holiday is done right!

Pot O' Gold Leprechaun Hat by Sweet Potato Crochet Creations

Find the pattern HERE! $$

If you’re not in the mood for a hat then why not crochet up some super cute leggings! Blackstone Designs has the perfect pattern to warm up those legs between Irish step dances!

Lucky Clover Leggies Blackstone Designs

Find the pattern HERE! $$

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AMIGURUMI!!

If you’re looking for something to squeeze, a good place to start is with an adorable ami! You don’t need to go any further than Mary Smith to find something you’re bound to fall head over heels in love with!

Seamus the Shamrock Mary Smith

Seamus the Shamrock by Mary Smith.
Find the pattern HERE! $$

Leprechaun Noggin Pal by Mary Smith

Leprechaun Noggin Pal by Mary Smith.
Find the pattern HERE! $$

Lucky the Leprechaun by Mary Smith

Lucky the Leprechaun by Mary Smith.
Find the pattern HERE! $$

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BASKETS!!

Sometimes you don’t want to wear something green but instead, you just need something green to throw all of your yarn into before heading to the parade!! This pattern from DivineDebris.com is just what you need!

Shamrock Design Basket crochet pattern by Divine Debris

Find the pattern HERE!

If you’re looking for something a little larger to hold all those Irish spirits you want to gift the neighbors then Blackstone Designs has just the pattern for you!

Lady Leprechaun Gift Basket by Sonya Blackstone

Find the pattern HERE! $$

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APPLIQUES!!

If you’re in the mood to celebrate your Irish but you’re at work and can’t really get the party started, crochet yourself up one of these adorable appliques from DivineDebris.com, pin them to your shirt, and show the entire office what your plans are later!

Mug of Beer Divine Debris

Find the pattern HERE

Crochet pilsner by Divine Debris

Find the pattern HERE!

If you enjoyed this roundup don’t forget to pin and share and I hope you all have a wonderfully yarny St. Patrick’s Day!

A Wee Bit O’ Irish!

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