Happy St. Patrick’s Day Everyone!
This is a holiday that is near and dear to my heart, because my fiancé is half Irish. His last name, Irby, in fact means “settlement of the Irish”. So in my household, this is a holiday that never goes without celebrating even if it’s a year in which we don’t decorate, dress up, or throw a party. So what do we do to celebrate in those “I’m too busy to get out the decorations or do anything special” years? At the very least we wear green and make a traditional Irish dinner like Irish Guinness stew and soda bread, but, I have to admit, decorating is so much more fun!
If you like to decorate, dress up, or throw theme parties then this roundup will definitely give you some great DIY ideas on to how to spread the luck of the Irish throughout your home this St. Patrick’s Day! And guess what? They are all FREE! What could be luckier than that?
If you enjoy working with felt this festive banner is a fun and easy craft project for St. Patrick’s Day! Using simple embroidery stitches and multiple shamrock designs you can create an adorable decoration that is sure to bring the luck of the Irish to your home.
Do you have little one at home? Looking for a quick St. Patrick’s Day project? This is the project for you! With a bit of felt, some knit fabric, and a few other simple supplies your kiddo can be sporting these adorable leggings and showing off his Irish pride!
Having a St. Patty’s Day Party? You can create the perfect table setting and spread some luck with this super simple shamrock table runner and matching napkins!
A beautiful and vibrant quilt sure to put the “Happy” in Happy St. Patrick’s Day! To all you quilters out there this is a great free pattern to work on this March.
Okay okay, you got me, this one is not strictly a sewing project. But, it is super adorable, uses fabric, and is green for St. Patrick’s Day. Just imagine how fantastic this will look on your door and it whips up in under an hour. You’ve got to give it a try!
This tutorial is a great way to add green to your wardrobe this St. Patrick’s Day. Use it as a pin or barrette, either way you won’t get pinched wearing this fabulous shamrock!
St. Patty’s Day isn’t complete without a Leprechaun hat and with this simple sewing pattern you can have one done in a jiffy! Pattern is for children and adults.
This is a fun and simple project for celebrating St. Patrick Day festivities. This tutorial uses basic serger techniques so it’s perfect for anyone just learning to serge.
There you have it, eight fantastic, fun, and free St. Patrick’s Day sewing projects! Which one will you start with?
May you be blessed with the Luck O’ the Irish this month and throughout the coming year. Until next time. Happy Sewing!