Saint Patrick’s Day is just around the corner! Have you crafted anything up for this holiday?
According to legend, St. Patrick (not his real name) used the 3 leaf clover to explain the gospel (Father, Son, Holy Spirit). The last leaf is known to symbolize luck. If you find a four leaf clover, you are deemed to be lucky.
I thought I would create some fun 4 Leaf Clover to embellish some things. I want to put the clover on some hair clips and or some pins. My daughter wears a uniform to school. I thought some clover barrettes would be fun to wear on St. Patrick’s Day to avoid being pinched. (haha) These clovers work up very quickly so you could work up a whole patch of them in no time!
So, on to the pattern!
Crochet 4 Leaf Clover Pattern
Materials: Crochet Hook F, Green Yarn, Scissors, Yarn Needle
Sc- Single Crochet
In fourth chain from hook, 3 dc, slip stitch.
Chain 3 and do 3 dc in same hole, slip stitch, do this 2 more times, you should have 4 "leaves" on the clover.
Chain 5. Sc in second ch from hook, back towards the clover. Slip stitch back to the middle of the clover.
Finish off and tuck in ends.
Now you can make a ton of them! Attach them to pins and barrettes! Or maybe make a little necklace or headband of them!
What do you think? Will you try out this clover? I would love to hear and see!
Happy Crochet and St. Patty's Day!
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