St. Patrick's Doilies Free Crochet Patterns

St. Patrick’s Crochet Doilies – Free Patterns

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Guess what, people? St. Patrick’s crochet ideas are here! Crocheters know how to celebrate different holidays, evidently. The worldwide famous national Irish holiday is no exception! This selection of St. Patrick’s Doilies certainly proves that. These special table decorations are so intricate and vibrate with spring vibes. They are both green, obviously! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Bubbly Dreams Pillows and Enchanting Doilies.

how to create a thick Crochet potholder

A potholder not only keeps our hands safe from hot surfaces – it’s a fun and easy way to spruce up your kitchen decor. This simple guide will give you the best tips on how to crochet a thick potholder that is comfortable to use and durable enough to protect against heat.



Choose the Right Yarn:  Cotton yarn is the best choice for a potholder. It’s durable, resistant to heat, and washable. For a thicker and more protective potholder, opt for a chunky yarn, or for an extra boost, use two strands of standard-weight yarn. However, a too-thick potholder may lack flexibility for utensil use so keep that in mind, too.

Use Tight Stitches: Tight stitches are your best bet when making a potholder. The single crochets or the half double crochets are excellent choices because they create a dense fabric that insulates heat well.

Double Up: Why stop at one layer? Crochet two layers and join them either by sewing or crocheting. This will increase both the thickness and heat resistance of your potholder.

Add Thermal Stitches: Certain stitches, like the waffle stitch or the thermal stitch, are especially suited for potholders because they naturally create a thicker, more insulated fabric.

Remember, the perfect potholder is thick enough to protect from heat yet flexible enough for easy utensil use. Finding the right balance between these aspects is key to creating a practical kitchen accessory.

For a step-by-step guide on creating a beautiful and functional home item, take a look at this quick video tutorial on how to make a thick potholder. It not only demonstrates some of the techniques mentioned above but also adds a festive twist, perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.

Crochet Doilies and Coasters – Free Pattern Ideas

Shamrock Crochet Coaster

Add a little luck to your home decor with this delightful four-leaf clover crochet pattern. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day or as a year-round accent, these shamrock coasters are both festive and functional. The pattern requires experience of an upper beginner and includes a helpful video tutorial.  Create a whole set of them to spread lucky charm and Irish flair around your tabletops and gatherings!

Level: upper beginner Author: Briana K Designs

Handcrafted green crochet coasters displayed alongside crochet supplies and a cup on a marble surface.

photo by Briana K Designs / brianakdesigns.com

Find this pattern on brianakdesigns.com.

Shamrock Soiree

Spring is coming and we can’t get enough of floral motifs! This beautiful doily is surely a great way to celebrate the famous Irish holiday. You can use it as a coaster, stiffen it and hang on the wall or put it in a central place on your favorite stool.

Level: advanced Author: Julia Hart

Shamrock Doily

The original pattern and the photos are on Draiguna. More info on Ravelry.

Aida

This stunning doily will surely serve as the most unique decoration for your table this spring. It’s so intricate! It has a floral center and some structural stitches. Try this design in many different colors! It’s a project for intermediate crocheters.

Level: advanced AuthorKarin Åshammar/Virklust

Crochet Doily

The original pattern is on Virklust. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Shamrock Square

Do you wait all year round for St. Patrick’s celebrations? So do we! What is your favorite way to spend the day? Crocheting, perhaps? We thought so! This beautiful St. Patrick’s crochet pattern by Julia Hart is a must-have for you.

Level: advanced Author: Julia Hart

Crochet Square

The original pattern and the photos are on Draiguna. More info on Ravelry.

Shamrock Table Runner

Are you slowly getting ready to decorate your house for St. Patrick’s celebrations? We know, there is still some time left, but we are already super excited. Especially after coming upon this crochet pattern for a green table runner by Raine Eimre!

Level: intermediate Author: Raine Eimre

Crochet Shamrock Table Runner

The original pattern and the photos are on Handmade by Raine. More info on Ravelry.

Lucky Leprechaun Coasters

Are these the sweetest Leprechaun coasters of the season? Potentially! This crochet pattern by Yarnspirations Design Studio is not only adorable and funny but also beginner-friendly. You will still make it in time for St. Patrick’s!

Level: beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio

 Leprechaun Coasters

The original pattern and the photos are on Yarnspirations. More info on Ravelry.

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