20 Free Crochet Patterns for St. Patrick’s Day
Did you know…the official way to spell the shortened version of St. Patrick’s Day is St. Paddy’s Day? Not St. Patty’s Day? Having ancestors from the British Isles our family has always called it St. Paddy’s Day but over the past few years I have seen it spelled St. Patty’s Day online…so if you are trying to find something for St. Patrick’s Day online – you may want to check both spellings just in case!
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20 Free Crochet Patterns Perfect for
St. Patrick’s Day
1. Lucky 4 Leaf Clover by Jennifer Gregory
2. St. Patrick’s Day Wreath by Kara Gunza
3. Leprechaun Hat – St. Patrick’s Day hat by Sara Sach
4. Luck of the Irish St. Patty’s Day Bunting/Applique by Lorene Haythorn Eppolite- Cre8tion Crochet
5. St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Clover by Tanya Eberhardt
6. Irish Inspired Beret & Beanie Hat with Help Video (St Patricks Day) by Naztazia
7. Rainbow Applique by Sarah Zimmerman
8. Chameleon Hat – Pot ‘o Gold by Maria Bittner
9. Four Leaf Clover by B.hooked Crochet
10. Rainbow Daze Dishcloth by Celina Lane
11. Lucky Leprechaun by Lily / Sugar’n Cream
12. Rainbow Pot Of Gold by Tracy Braybrook
13. St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Knot dishcloth by Lily / Sugar’n Cream
14. Large St Patrick’s Day Chart by Michelle Ryan
15. Pot O’ Gold Coaster by Amber Jones
16. Lucky Irish Earflap Hat by Alisha Finnegan
17. Rainbow St. Patricks Day Cozy by Cyprianne Nolan
18. Leprechaun Hat Cozy by Yarn Twins
19. St. Patty Slapper Crochet Slippers by Paula Daniele
20. Shamrock Potholder by Priscilla Hewitt
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You are very welcome!! I’m happy to hear you are able to continue using your hands with your arthritis; my Nana had terrible Rheumatoid Arthritis and she told me how important it was to continue using her hands even when they were flaring up – otherwise they would stiffen and she wouldn’t be able to use them as well. She always said ‘try to work through the pain’…she took rests too though to make sure she didn’t overtax herself – or do any damage – but even in her 90s she had great penmanship and was able to do things herself and she was certain it was because she tried to keep herself busy – both body and mind 🙂 If you are ever looking for a specific easy pattern let me know 🙂 I will try to take a look for you 🙂 All the best, Rhondda
Thank you much for your patterns. I have made of few articles that everyone loves. I have arthritis in my hands so the easy patterns are keeping them limber and my hands busy. Thank you again.