Lucky Crochet Clover


Nothing says St. Patricks Day quite like a four leaf clover and so, enjoy this Lucky Crochet Clover. You can have one complete in about 15 minutes while using less than 10 yards of yarn. Youll be surrounded by luck in no time! 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 quick little project is great for new crocheters. The simplicity of it keeps you motivated, and the variety of stitches will keep you focused.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is one of the best looking four leaf clovers Ive found. I made copies of this pattern to pass out to my senior crochet ladies, and we made several of these as brooches last year. There wasnt any way for me to show them the embedded tutorial, so I watched it before our class and became the tutorial myself. Good thing there werent any lefties in our group or I would have been stuck.

I love the lacey look of this four leaf clover. It would be beautiful as a pin to wear on St. Patrick's day. You could also use a kitchen cotton to make these. The Peaches n' Cream brand has some pretty shades of solid green cotton yarn, as well as some beautiful variegated green yarn.

This looks like a very simple and easy design to make. I like simple and easy and something that only takes you a few minutes to make. I can see these made into a garland, and just to make it interesting I would use at least three shades of green. Time to go check the stash...


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