Hi there folks!
Today I am going to share with you super easy and quick St. Patrick’s Day project.
They are three-leaf and four-leaf clover bookmarks and they are oh so simple!
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These bookmarks are basically an extension of my basic shamrock appliqué, but work great for keeping your place while reading!
All you really have to do is follow the appliqué pattern, but instead of creating a small stem, you make a really long stem.
And they work great!
A fabulous way to add a little touch of the Irish around your home this St. Patrick’s Day. ?
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How to Crochet a Clover Bookmark
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These little clover bookmarks are oh so easy and super beginner friendly! They require only a few basic stitches and can be whipped up in 5-10 minutes flat. Make them with three leaves or four to add a little green to your St. Patrick’s Day decor!
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Level of Difficulty: Advanced Beginner/Easy
Approximately 9-inches from the top of the clover to the bottom of the stem.
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Pattern is written in US terms.
Chain stitch (ch)
- Medium worsted weight yarn
~ Total yardage: 10 to 20 yards
- Hook: H/8-5.0mm.
Form the clover leaves
Make a magic ring -OR- Ch 3 and slp-st into the first ch to form a ring (chaining method).
NOTE: Be sure to create a large ring if you are doing the 4-leaf clover as it requires more stitches than the 3-leaf clover.
*Ch 3 (counts as one tr), make 2 tr into the ring, slp-st into the little bump on the side of the 2nd tr, ch 3 (counts as one tr), make 2 tr into the ring, slp-st into the ring to close*.
You have just made one leaf of the shamrock.
NOTE: To find the bump on the 2nd tr, turn your work 90-degrees to the right. There should be two bumps, the top one may be covered by your yarn. You can slip-stitch into either bump. The top one will give you only a slight dip and the 2nd one will give you a deeper dip.
Repeat from * to * two more times to make a 3-leaf clover.
Repeat from * to * three more times to make a 4-leaf clover.
Slip-stitch into the ring to finish off the last leaf.
Form the stem
After slip-stitching into the ring, do not bind off. Continue on by chaining 35.
NOTE: If you used the magic ring, be sure to pull the yarn end tight to close up the hole.
Now what did I tell? Super easy, right?
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