Shamrock Doily Free Crochet Pattern

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Celtic knot-work is a beautiful and traditional art form from the British isles. It’s also a great inspiration fro crocheted projects, as you will see. You can make crocheted items, here: squares, that are truly evocative of this lovely technique, and real beauties in their own right.

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Shamrock Doily Free Crochet Pattern

The shamrock doily combines two items of Celtic lore: the shamrock and knot-work. This is a lovely piece for decorating any tabletop or sideboard, so beautiful that you will not want to put anything on it, so as not to obscure it from view. It’s a challenging but very rewarding pattern that’s your own way to say “Erin go bragh!” A link to the free pattern is under the photos.

Skills: Intermediate    Designer: Dot Drake

Shamock Doily Free Pattern

Go to the pattern:

Shamrock Doily

The Celtic Knot Motif Free Crochet Pattern

Now, for the challenge du jour. If you like to advance in the craft, this beautiful Celtic knot square is just the thing. It is using mostly dc, but the intricacy comes from its layout. In the end, this 7″ will be a cherished decoration for your home, or an amazing base for a larger project. A link the free pattern is at the end of the post.

Skills: Advanced   Designer:  Suvi Geary

Celtic Knot Motif Free Crochet Pattern

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Go to the pattern:

Celtic Knot Motif

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2 Comments

  1. Ailis Lincoln says:

    your link doesnt work. seems like a sham to me.

    1. A link to each pattern is underneath its picture. It is usually the name of the pattern in blue color.

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