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St. Patrick’s Day Free Knitting Patterns

The luck of the Irish is soon going to be upon us, so let’s celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style with some cool knitted accessories. Whether you like simple shamrocks, caps, or mischievous leprechauns, you can put a personalized touch with the help of these free knitting patterns.

Celebrate the lucky day of St. Patrick’s along with millions of others around the world and add some lucky free knitting patterns to your portfolio!

If you are a fan of all things crochet, we have a separate collection of free crochet patterns to share the luck of the Irish with all!

#1 Braided Celtic Knot Scarf Knitting Pattern

A simple pattern with enough variations and new techniques will keep everyone interested, be it beginners or experienced knitters.

Pattern: Braided Celtic Knot Scarf Knitting Pattern from Studio Knit

#2 Leprechaun Kids Hat Free Knitting Pattern

This easy knit hat is knitted in the round, with a belt buckle added later. The pattern is beginner-friendly, and with a rolled brim and contrasting stripe, it’s a perfect replica of the cheeky leprechaun’s hat.

Pattern: Leprechaun Kids Hat Free Knitting Pattern by Gina Michele

#3 Good Luck Clover

Knit your own luck with this squeezable tiny four-leaf clover. It’s about the size of a quarter, and you’ll need some scraps to stuff the clover.

Pattern: Good Luck Clover from MochiMochi Land

#4 Lucky Charm Dishcloth

A Charm-ing way to keep your kitchen clean, and you just might find a pot of gold at the bottom of your kitchen shelves!

Pattern: Lucky Charm Dishcloth from Ravelry

#5 Irish Moss Stitch Hat Pattern

Knit up this hat in an afternoon with an Irish Moss knitting stitch (also known as double moss) that’s pretty easy to learn and works up quickly.

Pattern: Irish Moss Stitch Hat Pattern from Handy Little Me

#6 Lucky Clover Cozy Free Knitting Pattern

Make a cozy for your favorite beer bottle or a mug of Irish coffee! It’s like a little sweater for your favorite beverage with shamrocks on the side.

Pattern: Lucky Clover Cozy Free Knitting Pattern from Purls and Pixels

#7 Shamrock Baby Cardigan Free Knitting Pattern

It is a festively Irish baby cardigan with shamrock patterns knitted using the intarsia colorwork technique. The cardigan is knitting flat from the top down with raglan sleeves. You can also knit the sleeves in the round with DPNs or a magic loop.

Pattern: Shamrock Baby Cardigan from Love Crafts

#8 Patons Celtic Cables and Ribs Top

Nothing says ‘Ireland’ like some Celtic cable knits that will spice up your wardrobe. And if you’re feeling really festive, you can work on this free knitting pattern in your favorite green color!

Pattern: Patons Celtic Cables and Ribs Top from Yarnspirations

#9 St. Paddy’s Day Mitts

A free knitting pattern for fingerless mitts featuring everything related to St. Patrick’s Day that you can think of! There are shamrocks, leprechaun hats, and even pots of gold knitting by using the stranded colorwork technique.

Pattern: St. Paddy's Day Mitts from Ravelry

#10 Shamrock Hat and Rainbow Scarf

Another colorful pattern featuring shamrocks on the hat and scarf. This vibrant knitting project will be a perfect gift for your kids on this Paddy’s Day.

Pattern: Shamrock Hat and Shamrock Rainbow Scarf from Lion Brand

Get ready for March 17, pull out your favorite Kelly Green yarn, and knit something for your friends and family! These are not the only free knitting patterns for St. Patrick’s Day, so if you find anything more interesting, we’ll add it to our list!

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