20+ Irish Crochet Patterns
From beautiful and petite Irish lace motif patterns to stunning scarves and afghans, these Irish crochet patterns are inspired.
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What do you think of when you hear or read "Irish crochet patterns"? I think of beautiful and dainty lace patterns but I also can't help but consider spring-like colors, kelly green, and shamrocks as well.
That's why 20+ Irish Crochet Patterns has the best of both worlds. Whether you are looking for pretty Irish lace or Irish motifs or something to make for St. Paddy's Day, you will find it in this collection.
Inspiration from Ireland is always going to result in something whimsical and attractive, which is why it's such a popular theme in crochet.
Some of the most popular projects are Irish crochet flowers, dresses, sweaters, scarves, doilies, and other table decor or utilitarian decorations for the home, like cozy afghans. These gorgeous free Irish crochet patterns will make you smile!
Of course, Irish crochet also involves lots and lots of clovers that can be used to decorate for St. Patrick's Day or other Irish parties, or anytime if you're Irish or a fan of the fair Emerald Isle!
Click on the images in the sections below to find each pattern. These stunning pieces can be worked up to use as decor or to give as gifts. Anyone, but especially lovers of vintage crochet, will adore any of these.
Crochet Irish Lace and Motifs
Irish lace crochet is delicate and beautiful. Many crocheters combine Irish crochet with Irish motifs but not always, which is why you see the mix of projects like we have featured below.
Some of the most common motifs are flowers and leaves but there are several different nature-inspired shapes that are used. This Crochet Leaf – Irish Lace Motif is one of the most popular because it can be used to decorate so many things. You will definitely be able to see why it's such a popular Irish lace crochet pattern.
If you want to learn more about lace in crochet, then you will want to take a look at the Underground Crafter's Crochet Lace Guide.
This crochet snowflake pattern is so intricate and delicate, you'll love working it up! Keep it up all winter long or even all year long when you're dreaming of a winter wonderland.
With the Crochet Irish Rose, you can crochet an applique that is timeless and elegant. Simply adhere the applique to your favorite coat, or use it as a bright floral brooch.
This is a timeless crochet design that is great for keeping the chill off your shoulders anytime of the year.
This throw is so beautiful it will remind you of Ireland with its bobbles and dimensional designs.
This is a fabulous crochet doily pattern that you can bring out every year around St. Patrick's day or simply leave it out year round as it's just that stunning.
This beautiful pillow is made of lace and the Irish pattern is brilliant. You will fall in love with the purple lacy design right when you see this pillow.
This mandala was created with the spirit of the Irish, but would look great in lots of colors. Picot stitches add texture as an art piece but are easy to block flat for use on the table. It will add an element of elegance to any dinner party or holiday celebration.
This Rose is a popular motif in Irish lace crochet. It can be used for so many different projects. You can use it as an appliqué and embellish anything you would like, you can use it for scrapbooking or card making or you can make jewelry with these flowers!
This free crochet flower pattern creates a pretty layered embellishment. This specific pattern shows how to use this flower pattern to embellish a kleenex box.
Show your Irish side by decorating your home with some four-leaf clover doilies. This is such a neat pattern that works in nearly any room. Add it as a centerpiece or set it on a side table.
Use two of your favorite colors to make this stunning motif. It's one of the most ideal Irish crochet patterns we've seen.
Find more crochet patterns perfect for St. Patrick's Day here: 20 St. Patrick's Day Crochet Patterns
Inspired by the Irish Crochet Patterns
In this section, you will find lots of clovers and shamrocks, as well as other Ireland-inspired crochet patterns that may remind you of the country but may not be traditionally Irish as much as the patterns in the section above would be considered.
Below, you will love the pretty and unique wearables, home decor, and afghans with an Irish flair, like this adorable Easy Shamrock Crochet Pattern.
Make any of these pretty patterns and you will feel lucky that would found all these amazing crochet projects to work up.
You’ll have the Luck of the Irish with this RAINBOW cotton dishcloth which is surrounded by 17 SHAMROCKS! The color reminds us of a certain lucky kids' cereal.
Bring some luck into your home with this Crocheted Shamrock Garland Pattern. This free crochet shamrock pattern can easily be varied with different shades of green yarn.
A beautiful baby hat, booties and scratch mitten set. I love all things fairy and pixie, and the idea came to me, as some fairies/pixies wear flowers for hats. This set uses a mixture of crochet and Irish crochet.
The lace pattern is made up of the fan shell stitch, shell stitch, picot stitch, and the large shell stitch. It's an easy crochet pattern despite the fact that there are so many special crochet stitches.
This Grace Green Scarf is a light and convenient scarf to carry around with you that can warm you up on those cool days without being cumbersome and a nice accessory for an evening out.
This easy crochet pattern is perfect for appliques or embellishments, or you can string them up as garland or pin them on your blouse for St. Patricks day.
This Pot of Gold Wreath is the perfect welcome decoration to hang on your door to greet the entire neighborhood for the holiday.
If you're looking for the perfect crocheted boot cuffs then look no further. The Easy Leprechaun Crochet Boot Cuffs are not only super cute, but they're great to wear year round.
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