If you're looking for a basic four leaf clover, check out this pattern from Quiet Raine Knits. It would be adorable on a pin or barrette. Or use it as an appliqué on a tote bag or an article of clothing.
|Pattern Available HERE|
Another lovely piece is this Celtic Knot Bracelet by Jennifer E. Ryan. I love this piece and might have to make one for myself before the 17th!
|Pattern Available as a Free Ravelry Download HERE|
While you're at it, she has a lot of gorgeous designs! Check out her blog at Celtic Knot Crochet.
For the tiniest of those who will be wearing the green, this Celtic Dream Bonnet is a must make. I get a little bit of a grand baby craving every time I look at it! Maybe I could convince the grand kid to wear it. He's only 5. No? Too bad! I mean, seriously... does it get much cuter than this??
|Celtic Dream Bonnet Pattern HERE|
There are also matching beanie and cowl patterns for the older family members!
Or, you could make this beautiful Celtic Winter Cowl by Left in Knots as a little something special for yourself (or someone else)
Last, is this stunning shrug pattern (also by Jennifer E. Ryan!). I can just imagine a beautiful Celtic bride wearing it on her special day.
|Free Pattern HERE|
This is just a handful of the amazing patterns I found to inspire my creativity this March.
Which is your favorite?
Have a BEEautiful day,