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Are you maybe looking for a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? While I may not can help you find actual gold, I have put together this list of Cute & free St. Patrick’s Day crochet patterns. But, speaking of a pot of gold, you may just be able to crochet you one!

From green shamrock to a cute leprechaun hat for your pet, I’m sure there is the perfect project for St. Paddy’s Day.

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1. Crochet St. Patricks Day Gnome Leprechauns

St. Patrick's Day Gnome Leprechauns

I seriously don’t know what’s cuter than a Gnome Leprechaun! These little guys are so adorable!

Find the Free St. Patrick’s Day Gnome Leprechaun Pattern HERE by Golden Lucy Crafts

2. Crochet Pot of Gold

Pot of Gold

These little pots of gold would make such cute decorations or even use them to hold candy! You could use butterscotch candies to replicate little gold coins!

Find the Pot of Gold Crochet Pattern HERE by Jen Hayes Creations

3. Crafty Rainbow Pillow

Crafty Rainbow Pillow

And we know that not everything for St. Patrick’s Day has to be a shamrock pattern or crocheted with green yarn. Rainbows are a very important part of Saint Paddy’s Day! And, I don’t know if it gets any cuter than this Rainbow Pillow!

Find the Crafty Rainbow Pillow Pattern HERE by A Crafty Concept

4. Seamus Shamrock Amigurumi

Seamus Shamrock Amigurumi

If you are looking for a fun little amigurumi shamrock free pattern then check out this cute Seamus Shamrock! It’s the perfect way to incorporate amigurumi in St. Patrick’s Day

Find the Seamus Shamrock Pattern HERE by Spin a Yarn Crochet

5. Leprechaun Towel Topper

St. Paddy's Day Gnome Leprechaun Towel Topper

Make a Lucky Leprechaun that can hang out in your kitchen. The small amount of yarn that it uses, this would be a great project to use up some of that yarn stash.

Find the Leprechaun Towel Topper HERE by Nana’s Crafty Home

6. St. Patrick’s Day Wreath

St.Patrick's Day Wreath

Add a little bit of luck to entrance of your home on the front door with this cute St Patrick’s day wreath!

Find the St. Patrick’s Day Wreath Pattern HERE by Eye Love Knots

7. Leprechaun Dog Hat

Leprechaun Dog Hat

Every pup needs a cute St. Patrick’s day hat! This is the perfect accessory for your furry pooch!

Find the Leprechaun Dog Hat Pattern HERE by Posh Pooch Designs

8. C2C Leprechaun Hat Washcloth

C2C Leprechaun hat Washcloth

This would be a great pattern to use different shades of green on.

Find the C2C Leprechaun Hat Washcloth Pattern HERE by Eye Love Knots

9. St. Patrick’s Day Mug Cozy

St. Patrick's Day Mug Cozy

If you are like me and love to collect mugs, this cozy would be the perfect addition to add to your collection! This cute Mug Cozy can put you in the Irish Spirit.

Find the St. Patrick’s Day Mug Cozy Pattern HERE by Jo to the World

10. Shamrock Cup Cozy

Shamrock Coffee Cup Cozy Pattern

This is a super easy way to incorporate st.patrick’s day into maybe a few items that you selling by making these cute shamrock cup cozies.

Find the Shamrock Cup Cozy Pattern HERE by MidWestern Moms

11. Shamrock Coasters

Shamrock Coasters Crochet pattern

For all those irish-loving Shamrock people, who needs these cute Shamrock Coasters?

Find these Shamrock Coasters Pattern HERE by Briana K Designs

12. Lucky Clover

Lucky Clover Free Crochet Pattern

You can make these lucky clover’s in either three-leaf clover or four-leaf clover. I like the look of them crocheted up in different shades of green too!

Find the Lucky Clover Pattern HERE by Aubrecht and Co

13. St. Patrick’s Day Gnome

St. Patrick's Day Gnome Free Crochet pattern

Oh my goodness! This St Patricks Day Gnome is the absolute cutest! From his top hat to his pot o gold, he’s so adorable! Did I mention that he’s a Free Crochet Pattern too?! There are also tips on how to make it into a girl gnome.

Find the St. Patrick’s Day Gnome Pattern HERE by Winding Road Crochet

14. Leprechaun Applique

Leprechaun Applique

I don’t know if you can find a more perfect St. Patrick’s Day Crochet pattern than a Leprechaun Applique.

Find the Leprechaun Applique Pattern HERE by Crochet 365 Knit Too

15. Shamrock Garland

Lucky Shamrock Garland
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What better way to get all those lucky shamrocks sprinkled around your home than with this cute Shamrock Garland.

Find the Shamrock Garland Pattern HERE by Knotted Nest

16. Lucky 4 Leaf Clover Dishcloth

Grab some worsted weight yarn that is a cotton blend and green and make some of these lucky 4 leaf clover dishcloths

Find the Lucky 4 Leaf Clover Dishcloth Pattern HERE by MidWestern Moms

17. St. Patrick’s Day Baby Booties

St patrick's day baby booties

The perfect St. Patrick’s Day project for baby’s first st. patrick Day!

Find the St. Patrick’s Day Baby Booties Pattern HERE by Jo to the World

18. Leprechaun Coasters

leprechaun coasters

Show off your irish pride with these cute Leprechaun coasters

Find the Leprechaun Coasters Pattern HERE from Yarnspirations

19. Happy Shamrock Appliques

Happy Shamrock Appliques

Of all the crochet shamrock patterns, this may be the cutest one!

Find the Happy Shamrock Applique pattern HERE by Golden Lucy Crafts

20. St. Patrick’s Day Can Cozy

You can even add some festivity to your soda with this cute St. Patrick’s Day Can Cozy.

Find the St. Patrick’s Day Can Cozy Pattern HERE by Jo to the World

21. Rainbow Cup Cozy

I love this cute cup cozy! I think it could also be called the Pot of Gold Cup Cozy!

Find the Rainbow Cup Cozy Pattern HERE by Pretty Darn Adorable

I hope that you have found the perfect easy crochet pattern to make for March 17th from this pattern round up filled with so many fun patterns!

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