My preferred method of getting a little green in my wardrobe for St. Patrick's Day is, of course, something crocheted. To that end, I've put together a little collection of wearable crochet items to keep you in good luck on St. Paddy's. All of the following patterns are FREE and simple to make.
First up, I have to share my pattern for this Lucky Clover Headband, which I've had lots of fun wearing over the years. It features four clovers across the band, three with three leaves and just one that's a lucky four-leaf clover. The headband has a wide band with a tapered bottom for a more comfortable fit. Crochet kits including yarn and a printed pattern are available in my shop as well.
The Celtic Knot Bracelet
by Jennifer E. Ryan is a super simple crochet pattern, just two long sc
cords, woven together to create something magical. It looks like a lot
of fun to wear!
These St. Patty’s Easy Crochet Boot Cuffs with Poms by Mama in a Stitch are a fun accessory for St. Paddy's or for any day, because you really can never have too many pom poms.
For those who like to go all out with their St. Paddy's outfit, there's the St. Patrick's Day Chapeau by Sharon Mann, available from Red Heart. It's an easy pattern and uses Super Saver yarn, so it's very affordable too.
Because the little ones in your life need some green as well, there are these St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Baby Booties by Hopeful Honey. These cute and simple little stash busters will work up in a jiffy.
Another pair of patterns that are just as nice for everyday wear as to get your green on St. Paddy's are the Irish Inspired Beret and Beanie by Naztazia. These patterns even include a video tutorial.
Have fun crocheting some Irish into your wardrobe!