With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, we decided to collect some of our favorite, and dare we say, lucky St. Patrick’s Day sewing projects to inspire your next holiday creation. Whether it’s a table topper for decoration, or a free-motion quilted shamrock to add some luck to your next quilt, we’ve got you covered!
Plus, if you’re feeling lucky, read all the way through this post, because we have a St. Patrick’s Day giveaway full of sewing notions that are as green as can be. Get your entry in today!
St. Patrick’s Day Sewing Projects
Four-leaf Clover Door Hanger
The Easy Four-leaf Clover Door Hanger project is made entirely in-the-hoop, which means, when you’re finished stitching, you’re done! The Door Hanger In-the-Hoop can be stitched in three different sizes.
Free-motion Stitching Shamrocks
A simple, one-pass Clover border adds a touch of charm to any quilt. Or, Double the border to quadruple the charm!
Saint Patrick’s Day Placemat
Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day by sewing two Saint Patrick’s theme placemats using the reverse appliqué technique!
Shamrock Table Runner
Spruce up your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with a festive, scrappy runner for your table.
Free-motion Quilt a Paddy’s Hat
Top of the morning! Whether you are Irish all year, or just for the day, Paddy’s Top Hat is a great motif to add (lucky) charm to your quilts!
Charmed Table Topper
DIY Log Cabin Patchwork Café Apron
Stay clean and dry in the kitchen with a stylish patchwork café apron, pieced with a modern log cabin design.
Free-motion Quilt Lucky the Dog
Learn how to free-motion quilt Lucky the Dog, a whimsical motif sure to bring a smile to all the pet-lovers in your family.