St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Patterns – for next year

I don’t know what’s wrong with me.  I’m always two steps and one holiday behind with my crochet projects.

Yesterday was St. Patrick’s Day and I had big plans of creating a crocheted banner decoration for the event… but never got around to it.

A few weeks ago I came up with the bright idea to make crocheted banners, one for each holiday, to go in my kitchen bay window.  Super cute idea, right?  Problem is, I haven’t made any… not one.

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This is the window I want to decorate.

So far, since I came up with the idea, I’ve missed Valentine’s Day and now St. Paddy’s.

I don’t even plan to make anything complicated.  I was thinking a string of hearts and a rainbow of shamrocks.

In my defense, I started one for Easter.  It’s going to consist of Granny Square bunnies.

Here’s a photo I took of one of the bunnies that will eventually be hung by its ears.

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One done. 2 almost done. About 3 or 4 more to make.

Today, I’m sharing some fun designs I’ve found at Etsy for St. Patrick’s Day crochet patterns.  If you’re like me, this gives us an entire year to get one completed!

St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Patterns… for next year!

I’m affiliated with Etsy and this blog post contains affiliate links. You can read my full disclosure HERE.  As always, I did not create any of the following items.  I can not vouch for their quality and I do not own the photos shown here.  I’m simply sharing them for your viewing and gift-giving pleasure.

Celtic Cross Afghan Crochet Pattern

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Stunning design!

This intricate afghan would make THE perfect gift for an Irish couple getting married!  It would also be gorgeous draped over a sofa or bed.

Keep in mind that the skill level listed for this pattern is intermediate.

You can view the completed Celtic Cross to get a better idea of how big and beautiful it is by visiting:  Celtic Cross Afghan crochet pattern by MyFingersFly at Etsy

 

Draft Beer Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

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Not just for St. Paddy’s Day!

This little guy is really cute and would make a terrific gift for any beer drinker at any time of the year but is especially fun at St. Patrick’s Day.  And with a year to make them, you can make one of these draft beer amigurumi guys for each of your friends!

Learn more and get the pattern by visiting: Elfin thread Draft Beer Amigurumi PDF Pattern by Elfin Thread at Etsy

 

Shamrock Coasters Crochet Pattern

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These are the ones I’m thinking of using for my banner.

I really like the design of these cute coasters and I think the size would work for the crocheted St. Patrick’s Day banner I want to make so I’ll probably be grabbing this pattern for myself sometime soon.

You can learn more and purchase this pattern by visiting: Shamrock Coasters PDF Crochet Pattern by HGSDesigns at Etsy

 

 

That’s it for today, I hope you enjoyed my 3 Fun Finds from Etsy!  Thanks for stopping by!

 

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About Robin @ Imperial Crochet

I'm a former community manager of a now defunct lifestyle site who's been writing online, and off, for over fifteen years. My passions include my family, my cat, reading, writing, crochet, and yarn art. I've decided to stitch all of those things together by way of my new blog, Imperial Crochet. I can't wait to see how it all turns out!
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11 Responses to St. Patrick’s Day Crochet Patterns – for next year

  1. kathyreeves says:

    Those bunnies look pretty darn cute, Robin!

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  2. Colline says:

    Good luck on getting a banner done for Easter.

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  3. craftysurf says:

    I love the beer 🍺🤙😂

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  4. I do like the shamrocks, they would look so good as a garland

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  5. Oh, this sounds familiar! I reckon if I start working on Christmas stuff now, I might actually have things ready in time! 😆 I love that little amigurumi beer… What a great find!

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