The Shamrock Crochet Coaster Pattern has been so successful I thought I would create a post telling you how to take the exact same pattern and make a potholder.

And also, we will be using the same yarn weight as before.

Sounds impossible? It’s actually quite simple and fun. Keep reading for a video on how to do this.

Worsted Yarn to a Bulky:

Now I’m not asking you to grab three balls of yarn and fight tangles as you work yarn from each one. This is much simpler than that.

We will be working from one ball of yarn. Read the blog post here, or check out this video below:

“The only good luck many great men ever had was being born with the ability and determination to overcome bad luck.” 

-Channing Pollock

While the three leaves of a shamrock stand for faith, hope, and love, the fourth leaf is often viewed as luck.

I hope luck finds you and this crochet coaster is a reminder to appreciate all the luck that comes your way.

Check out another CROCHET St. Patrick’s themed pattern.

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Supplies:

• Crochet Hook 7 mm (K), I highly recommend Furls Hook (affiliate link) or a Clover Crochet Hook (link below). I love both of these.
• Removable stitch markers if needed
• Yarn needle to weave in ends
• Scissors

Yarn:
• Hobby Lobby I Love This Cotton (affiliate link)
Pistache (light green) 1 skein
Sage (dark green) 1 skein

If gauge is met, other yarns of the same weight can be substituted. Or you can use different weights for bigger or smaller sizes.

Yardage:
• Approx. 100 Yards [91 meters]
per coaster.

 

Measurements:
The Shamrock body is approx. 8.5 inches across.

Abbreviations:
• ch- Chain
• dc- Double Crochet
• hdc- Half Double Crochet
• Magic Ring -see below
• sts- Stitches

Skill Level:
• Easy/Advanced Beginner

Gauge:
• 9 dc sts and 4 rows = 4” [10 cm]

Many of the supplies can be found at the affiliate links below:

Notes:

-Stitch counts include chains and slip stitches.

-Slip stitch to the first stitch in round to join.

-Video & written instructions for the pattern are below.

Magic Ring:

Are you ready to jump on in and try out this method? I get you started by showing you how to begin the magic loop in this video below.

Getting Started on the Shamrock Crochet Potholder:

Shamrock Body:

Round

Description

Stitch Count

1

In Magic Ring: Ch 3 (counts as first dc stitch), dc 1, (ch 3, dc 3) three times, ch 3, dc 1, join.

24

2

Ch 3 (counts as first dc st), dc in the next st, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc ) in the next chain space, dc in the next 3 sts*; repeat from * to * three times, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in the next chain space, dc in the last st, join.

40

3

Ch 3 (counts as first dc stitch), dc in the next 3 sts, *(dc, ch 2, slip st, ch 2, dc) in the chain space, dc in the next 7 sts*; repeat from * to * three times, (dc, ch 2, slip st, ch 2, dc) in the chain space, dc in the last 3 sts, join.

56

4

Do not chain and skip the first 2 sts, 3 dc in each of the next 2 sts, skip next st, slip st across the next 4 chains from the previous round, *skip next sts, 3 dc in each of the next 2 sts, skip next st, sl st in next, skip next st, 3 dc in each of the next 2 sts, skip next st, slip st across the next 4 chains from the previous round*; repeat from * to * until the last 4 sts, skip next st, 3 dc in each of the next 2 sts, skip last st and join to the first st in round. Fasten off yarn and weave in ends.

68

Stem:

Chain 26, join to the first stitch in round with a slip stitch. Fasten off and weave in all ends.

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