Shamrock Scarf Crochet Pattern

Shamrock Scarf Crochet Pattern

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It’s your lucky day!! Here is the sequel to my Shamrock Slouchy Hat – the Shamrock Scarf! It would be the perfect scarf to wear to a St. Patrick’s Day party or parade, and paired with my Shamrock Slouchy Hat, you’ve got the perfect St. Patty’s ensemble!

Like the hat in this photo? Find the pattern HERE!

The great thing about the scarf is that it’s made up of individual crocheted shamrocks, so you can adjust the size by adding or reducing shamrocks. The scarf pictured here is a regular scarf, but if you’re feeling extra fancy, you could even sew the shamrocks at each end together to make an infinity scarf!

The scarf itself is fun to make and wear, and since the pattern teaches you how to make the individual shamrocks, you can also use those shamrocks for a variety of other St. Patrick’s Day projects. Use them as appliques, coasters, or little St. Patty’s Day gifts!

(Pin it for later here!)

Once again, I’ve decided to use a staple yarn from my stash – Caron Simply Soft Party in Spring Sparkle! This yarn is soft, easy to work with for a specialty yarn, and has just the right amount of sparkle! You can purchase it on Amazon HERE!

Ready to complete your St. Patrick’s Day wardrobe with this lovely and lucky scarf? Then’s let’s go!!!

H/8 5.00 mm hook
2 Skeins of Caron Simply Soft Party in Spring Sparkle
1 skein each of:

  • Caron One Pound in Kelly Green
  • Caron One Pound in White

Yarn Needle


*= indicates beginning / end of a section to be repeated
BLO = back loop only
Ch = chain
Dc = double crochet
Hdc = half double crochet
Rep = repeat
Rnd = round
Sc = single crochet
Sl St = slip stitch

Scarf is one size fits most; exact gauge is not essential.

About 74” long

Shamrock (make 20)
Rnd 1 – With Spring Sparkle, Ch 3; 14 dc in 3rd ch from hook. Join with sl st to first dc (14 dc)
Rnd 2 – *Ch 2, dc in same st. 2 dc in next st. 2 dc in next st, sl st back into same st. Sl st into next st. (One clover made)* Rep from * to * 3 more times. To make Stem, ch 5, sc in each ch across, sl st to rem st on Rnd 1. (4 clovers and 4 sc)

Rnd 3 – Ch 1, *2 hdc in first st of first clover, hdc in next 4 sts, hdc in sl st at end of clover. Sl st in between current clover and the next.* Rep from * to * 3 more times; in last clover, sl st back into same st instead of between clovers. Sc 4 sc down one side of stem, 2 sc at bottom of stem, and 3 sc up other side of stem. Join with sl st to first st of this rnd. (28 hdc, 9 sc)

Rnd 4 – Attach Kelly Green, ch 1. Working in BLO, sc in each st around stem, *sc in next 7 sts of clover (including sl st between clovers from last rnd), sl st in between clovers.* Rep from * to * 3 more times. Join with sl st to first st of rnd. Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing. (37 sc)

Sew stem of one shamrock between top two clovers of another shamrock. Rep until all shamrocks are sewn together. Weave in all ends.

Here is the finished scarf!

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