St. Patrick's Day Crochet Projects

With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, we’ve got Celtic-inspired projects on the brain — think classic cables, Aran knits, Celtic knots, and all things green!

Check out some of our favorite projects to help you bring home the Emerald Isle this St. Patrick’s Day.

Knit in a stylish yet sophisticated green hue of Patons Shetland Chunky, this glam cabled sweater is a subtle nod to St. Patrick’s Day.

Cabled Sweater in Patons Shetland Chunky yarn

This Celtic Knot Dishcloth begins as 4 separate rings but are joined together in a beautiful dishcloth or hot pad.

Celtic Knot Dishcloth in Lily Sugar'n Cream yarn

Knit in Patons Classic Wool DK Superwash, this stylish cable cardigan is a rewarding project that will make the cutest kids look even cuter! Swap the Pumpkin shade for a green if you’re feeling extra festive.

Cable Cardigan in Patons Classic Wool DK Superwash yarn

This Patons Classic Wool Worsted knit beret has it all — a 2×2 fair isle rib, two-shade latvian braid, and Celtic knot design around the body. It’s perfect for St. Patrick’s day, and it’s subtle enough to be worn throughout fall, winter, and even chilly spring days.

Knit Beret in Patons Classic Wool Worsted yarn

It doesn’t get any cuter than these Clover Hair Clips designed by Vickie Howell.

Clover Hair Clips

Knit in super soft Caron Simply Soft Heathers and featuring luxurious cable details, this gorgeous wrap is the best of both worlds — cozy and elegant!

Knit Wrap in Caron Simply Soft Heathers yarns

Last, but definitely not least, what St. Patrick’s Day celebration would be complete without a Lucky Leprechaun ? This little guy is a must-have guest at your St. Patrick’s Day festivities!

St. Patrick's Day Lucky Leprechaun

Want more St. Patrick’s Day projects? Check out our St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest board for inspiration from DIY decor, party snacks, knit and crochet projects, and more!

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