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Avoid the St. Patrick's Day pinch with 3 clover crochet patterns

Avoid the St. Patrick's Day pinch with 3 clover crochet patterns
Avoid the St. Patrick's Day pinch with 3 clover crochet patterns
Threesia Goff

Whether or not you celebrate St. Patrick's Day chances are you still looking for a way to avoid that celebratory pinches doled out by certain overzealous people. Luckily with a little time, a little creative juice, and your crochet hook you whip up the perfect accessory to keep you pinch free.

Here are three ways you can crochet a perfect little green clover to wear on St. Patrick's Day.

Lucky Shamrock Hair clip

This pattern shared on Skiptomylou.org will guide you through creating a cute little clover to attach to a hair clip. All you will need is a size 4 crochet hook (or size E) and some green embroidery floss. This little hair clip would be perfect for a young girl, but will also work for older ladies hoping to keep the pinchers at bay.

Four Leaf Clover Ring

If you are looking for something a little more bold to wear on St. Patrick's Day, this four leaf clover ring pattern featured on justbreatheamongstthewaves.blogspot.com may be perfect for you. All you need to complete this adorable clover ring is some green worsted weight yarn and a size G crochet hook. This ring would be great for a teen or an adult not afraid to express herself.

Four Leaf Clover

If you are looking for something a little less “in your face,” this simple four leaf clover pattern from crochetspot.com may be perfect for you. All you will need is a size F crochet needle and some medium weight green yarn, and you're set. This four leaf clover would be perfect to pin inside your jacket, to your tie, or to stuff in your pocket.

Anyone one of these patterns are sure to get you through St. Patrick's Day pinch free.

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