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How to Crochet a Four Leaf Clover Crochet Headband

Learn how to crochet a four leaf clover in this photo tutorial. This free crochet pattern includes step by step photos. Plus how to add the crochet clover to a headband.

In honor of March, Saint Patrick’s Day and Spring approaching I crocheted this Four Leaf Clover to adorn your little one.  I chose to add my four leaf clover to a toddler sized headband. It would also be cute as a “bow tie” for the boys, or just pin it to a hat or shirt.

For this little crochet four leaf clover I wanted to create something that was pretty and girly so I chose a lighter green. I really like how this clover is a little wavy.

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Materials:

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Cotton yarn worsted weight

size F crochet hook

yarn needle

scissors

I used Lily Sugar and Cream yarn in Sage Green* for this tutorial because I had it on hand, however they have a Mod Green* that is darker, if you prefer.

Crochet stitches used:

slip stitch

single crochet

half double crochet

double crochet-yarn over (yo) and insert your hook into the stitch to be worked, yo again and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on your hook, yo again and pull through last 2 loops on your hook.

treble (triple) crochet-yo twice, insert your hook into the stitch to be worked, yo again and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on your hook, yo again and pull through 2 loops on your hook, yo and pull through the last 2 loops on your hook.

On to the Four Leaf Clover Tutorial!

Steps:

slip knot
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Start with a slip knot on your hook.

chain stitch

Chain 8.

half double crochet

Half double crochet into the 2nd loop from your hook.

Single crochet down the other 6 chains (7)

chain stitch

Chain 5. Weave tail up your chain (shown loose here).

slip stitch
loop

Here tail is threaded through the chains. Slip stitch to the back side of the last single crochet you made, forming a loop.

chain stitch

In the loop, chain 3, trc, dc, sc, dc, trc, ch.3

Slip stitch the chain 3 back on to the loop. One of your four leaf clover is made!

Repeat 3 more times for a four leaf clover, or only 2 more times for a three leaf clover.

Two leaves completed.

Three leaves completed. I actually stopped here for a regular, unlucky clover.

I attached the three leaf clover to a headband I already had for my daughter.

Here is the four leaf clover. You really have to slide and push the other leaves together in order to squeeze in the fourth leaf.

single crochet

Sc around all the petals. I crocheted 3 sc on the beginning ch. 3 for each leaf.

Once you have sc around your four leaf clover, cut your tail and weave it in.

I sewed a button on to the center for a bit of detail.

four leaf clover

To make the headband, I used some purple and white baker’s twine from Dollar Tree, you could use the same yarn or a contrasting color. To fit my toddler, 12-18 mos, I chained about 45 inches long; I wrapped it around three times, threading it through the back of the four leaf clover.

four leaf clover headband

And you’ve worked up a little lucky charm! Lots of luck with your crocheting!

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