St. Patrick’s Day Knits
You know what they say, everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! So, whether your heritage is Irish or not, it’s a great chance to use some awesome green yarn and make a spectacular project you can show off to your friends and family. Or if you’ve got Irish friends, make them a present.
Shamrock Rugby Hat
Honestly, is there anything more Irish than those three words? Probably not. If you agree, this hat could be perfect for you! You’ll need to basic fair isle knitting skills, but it’s only two colors so even if you’re a beginner at that type of knitting, you can make a fabulous hat and keep your head warm out on the town.
Don’t let this fella find your pot of gold! The leprechaun doll does require isn’t recommended for beginners, but if you’ve someone who can help you with the more challenging parts of the pattern, you could be okay. Honestly, he’s too cute not to give it a try. The finished doll is a pretty decent size and likely to be a big hit with the kids.
Done up in a gorgeous green and white or a combination of two complimentary greens, this scarf will be amazing to wear all St. Patty’s day long. And if you’re a fan of green anyway, you can wear it next winter, too! Check out our Farfadet for a truly Irish green yarn.
Just because they can’t go bar hopping with you doesn’t mean the kids can’t get into the St. Patrick’s Day spirit. Check out these super adorable baby booties! Honestly, you’re going to want to dress your kid in them on other days too just because they’re so cute. We suggest a manmade material like nylon in case of allergies.
After you put your knitting needles down, have a wonderful time celebrating with your friends and family – and please, stay safe! We want you to be happily knitting for years to come.