Shamrock Garland – Free Crochet Pattern

Shamrock Garland Free Crochet Pattern

Get ready to jazz up your St. Patrick’s Day décor with this super cute, Shamrock Garland crochet pattern. It’s absolutely beginner-friendly! We’re talking basic stitches and zero sewing – talk about a win-win!

Here’s the scoop: The instructions call for DK yarn, but feel free to mix it up! Grab some chunky or 4ply yarn and play around to create all sorts of cool garlands in different sizes and colours. Get your crochet hook ready and have some fun!

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Shamrock Garland Crochet Pattern

Gauge is not important for this project but will effect the size of the finished piece and amount of yarn used

This pattern is written using UK terms
CH - chain               MR - magic ring       TRBL - treble crochet
DC - double crochet      SS - slip stitch
FO - finish off          ST - stitch
  • CH 40, *SS in 4th CH from hook to make a MR
  • CH 3, 2 TRBL into MR, CH 3, SS into MR (one leaf complete)
  • CH 5, skip 1 ST and DC 4 back down the chain, SS into MR (stalk complete)
  • CH 3, 2 TRBL into MR, CH 3, SS into MR (second leaf complete)
  • CH 3, 2 TRBL into MR, CH 3, SS into MR (third leaf complete)
Shamrock Garland free crochet pattern steps 1-5 animation
  • CH 1. On the back of the shamrock, SS into the base of a TRBL opposite the starting chain
  • CH 20
Shamrock Garland free crochet pattern steps 6-7 animation
  • Repeat from * until your shamrock garland is your desired length. After last shamrock, CH 36 instead of CH 20.
  • FO and tie a loop for hanging in the CH 36 on each end.

For this pattern I used DK yarn and made 20 shamrocks. The final garland measures 1.8 metres long.

Add a pinch of whimsy to your home by hooking in some crochet leprechauns, or some shiny gold coin charms to really scream, “Happy St. Patrick’s Day!” Once your shamrock garland is complete, swag your staircase or drape your mantelpiece with this string of delicate, emerald foliage. Feeling extra? Craft a mini version and use it as the world’s most festive gift ribbon. It’ll be like wrapping your present in a hug from a leprechaun. Let us know in the comments, how you’d perk up this pattern with your own lucky charms!

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