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St. Patrick’s Day Crafts:  Easy Sewing Projects

St. Patrick’s Day Crafts:  Easy Sewing Projects

 St. Patrick’s Day Sewing Ideas

This is a holiday that is near and dear to my heart because my husband is half Irish.  His last name, Irby, in fact means “settlement of the Irish”.

So in my household, this is a holiday that never goes without celebrating even if it’s a year in which we don’t decorate, dress up, or throw a party.  So what do we do to celebrate in those “I’m too busy to get out the decorations or do anything special” years?

At the very least we wear green and make a traditional Irish dinner like Irish Guinness stew and soda bread, but, I have to admit, decorating is so much more fun!

Free St. Patrick's Day sewing projects roundup by

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If you like to decorate, dress up, or throw theme parties then this roundup will definitely give you some great DIY ideas on to how to spread the luck of the Irish throughout your home this St. Patrick’s Day!

And guess what?  They are all FREE!  What could be luckier than that?

9 Fun & Free St. Patrick’s Day Sewing Projects

Valentine’s Day is over and St. Patrick’s Day is just around the bend.  My time really does fly!

This year, I am making a thoughtful effort to enjoy each holiday and there could be no better way to do that then crafting!  Luckily, I’ve collected some of the best and easiest St. Patrick’s Day sewing projects to add to the other St. Patrick’s Day decorations I want to do for this bright and festive holiday.

I’m sure you’ll have lots of fun adding a touch of green to your decor too!

I’ve even decided to let my little one help me decorate this year as well. Together we’ll be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with lots of love and laughter. 🙂

1.  Mini Shamrock Banner

If you enjoy working with felt this festive mini shamrock banner is a fun and easy craft project for St. Patrick’s Day! Using simple embroidery stitches and multiple shamrock designs you can create an adorable decoration that is sure to bring the luck of the Irish to your home.

2.  Easy Shamrock Leggings Tutorial

Do you have little one at home?  Looking for a quick St. Patrick’s Day project?  This is the project for you!  With a bit of felt, some knit fabric, and a few other simple supplies your kiddo can be sporting these adorable leggings and show off his Irish pride!

I simply must make a pair for my little leprechaun. 🙂

3.  St. Patrick’s Day Table Runner and Napkins

Having a St. Paddy’s Day Party?  You can create the perfect table setting and spread some luck with this super simple shamrock table runner and matching napkins!

NOTE:  Unfortunately, the site that was once hosting Lori’s shamrock table runner and matching napkins has closed down.

Lori plans to eventually repost it on her own site.  However, in the meantime, she suggests sharing her Lucky Shamrock pillows.

These quilted pillows are both fun and fabulous quilting project that’s perfect for adding that lucky Irish touch to your home decor this St. Patrick’s Day!

4.  Ruffled Holiday Wreath

A stunningly beautiful door decoration that will have your neighbors begging to know how you did it!  You can flash them a mischievous leprechaun smile because you’ll secretly know how easy this lovely ruffled holiday wreath is to make. 🙂

5.  Lucky Shamrock Coin Bags

Planning any St. Paddy’s Day themed parties for your little ones?  These lucky shamrock coin bags work up quickly and are sure to please!  Whether you fill them with coins or candy the kids will love them!  I mean, who doesn’t love a little adding a little sparkle to their crafts?  I know I do!

6.  Happy St. Patrick’s Surprise Quilt Pattern

free-st-patricks-quilt-pattern by Moonlight Quilts

Image via MoonlightQuilts

A beautiful and vibrant quilt sure to put the “Happy” in Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  To all you quilters out there this happy St. Patrick’s surprise quilt is a great free pattern to work on this March.

7.  DIY St. Patrick’s Day Wreath

st-patricks-day-wreath-diy by Jenny T. of Simple Sewing

Image via Jenny T. of Simple Sewing Projects

Okay okay, you got me,  this one is not strictly a sewing project.  But, this DIY St. Patrick’s Day wreath is super adorable, uses fabric, and is green for St. Patrick’s Day.  Just imagine how fantastic this will look on your door and it whips up in under an hour.  You’ve got to give it a try!

8. St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Placemats

St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Placemats by Sewing Parts Online

Image via Sarah G. of Sewing Parts Online

This is a fun and simple project for celebrating St. Patrick Day festivities.  This tutorial uses basic serger techniques so it’s perfect for anyone just learning to serge.  These St. Patrick’s Day shamrock placemats are a great way to add a little festivity and fun to your meals!

9.  Simple St. Patrick’s Day Table Runner

Talk about dressing up your decor this holiday!  This simple St. Patrick’s Day table runner is a fabulous way to add some luck o’ the Irish greenery to your home.  And it’s super easy to do too!  Fast, easy, and fun.  What could be better?

There you have it, nine fantastic, fun, and free St. Patrick’s Day sewing projects!  Which one will you start with?

No matter which one you choose, your next St. Patrick’s Day sewing project is sure to add some wonderful creativity and fun to your home decor this season.

May you be blessed with the Luck O’ the Irish this month and throughout the coming year.   🙂

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Rebecca Goode

Wednesday 15th of January 2020

I wanted to do the ruffled holiday wreath (St Patrick's Day). However, I keep getting an error message when I try to go to the listed link. Please let me know if there is another way to get the instructions for this beautiful wreath.


Thursday 16th of January 2020

Hi Rebecca,

I have responded to your email already. It appears that the entire Clever Little Mouse website is down. I do not know if this is a temporary glitch or if the website owner has taken down her website. I have sent her an email regarding this issue and I will let you know as soon as I hear back from her.

Thank you so much for alerting me to this issue!