Shamrock Free Crochet Patterns

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Shamrocks for beyond St’ Pat’s

St. Paddy’s may be over, however that doesn’t mean we don’t need a little bit of the Ol’ Luck of the Irish for the rest of the year. Therefore, to keep the luck up, here are some shamrock free crochet patterns that will help you extend St. Patrick’s day spirit for year round. Although simple and unassuming, these fun projects will definitely put a smile on your face and will also be useful additions to other projects and displays.

Shamrock Amigurumi

To begin with, here is an amigurumi shamrock project that will be a great way to add clovers to just about everything you own. You can’t ever have enough shamrocks, in any color.

Shamrock Amigurumi

The full article about this pattern is here:

Shamrock Amigurumi

Shamrock Square Free Crochet Pattern

Although this shamrock project is a little more involved, it’s definitely a worthwhile pattern. Indeed, this traditional doily will be a perfect accent in a rustic interior. Moreover, this project will be a great way to practice your lacework skills as well as combining two contrasting colors further delineated by a texture change.

Shamrock Square

The full article about this pattern is here:

 Shamrock Square

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Four Leaf Clover

Continuing, this shamrock project is a little, undemanding applique that will be great to place on other items. Why not “Irish up” some of your existing projects and consequently give them a fresh look?
Four Leaf Clover

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The full article about this pattern is here:

 Four Leaf Clover

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