Lucky Shamrock Crown
Lucky Shamrock Crown was a suggestion by one of my facebook fans. Abigail posted on my Queen of Hearts Crown saying “I love it! I don’t suppose you’re doing a series of crown patterns? I know so many little Celtic dancers who would love a crown like this with shamrocks for St. Patrick’s day!”. Normally I don’t take personal requests but as soon as I read the comment an idea popped into my head I just couldn’t resist. I got to work right away.
My original intention was to add the shamrocks in the same manner that I added the hearts but when it came time to add the peaks to the top of the shamrock crown nothing seemed to work. I messaged a friend and at the same time we both came up with the idea to make the shamrocks the peaks so back to work to redesign the band.
Why not make a lucky 4 leaf clover to keep in your pocket? The clover and shamrock crown both uses the flower lattice stitch. If you need some help with this stitch I have a video tutorial on YouTube that can help to teach the basics of the stitch.
Lucky Shamrock Crown Pattern Notes..
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- Caron Simply Soft Yarn Master colour (MC) = White
- Red Heart Shimmer Yarn (Discontinued) Alternate colour (AC) = Green
- US H8/5.00mm
- US I9/5.50mm
Size: Newborn (Can be made in other sizing, see notes.)
- hdc foundation chain
- fpdc – front post double crochet
- Pictured below is how the sl st to last dc is worked.
Gauge: 7 hdc = 2 inches
- Pattern is worked in multiples of 7, for every 7 stitches added add 2 inches. Pattern is for newborn sizing which is 14”.
- I carried the yarn for round 3, for round .
- If you need help with colour changes there is a video tutorial HERE that shows how to colour change when working with dc, it will be the same method when working with fpdc.
- For those who do not like to work with a foundation hdc you can start row 1 with Ch 49, making sure not to twist work join with sl st to beg ch, ch 1, hdc in each ch around, join with sl st to beg ch. (49 ch)**
Lucky Shamrock Crown Pattern..
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