Good Luck Four Leaf Clover Coasters Free Crochet Pattern

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Free Crochet Pattern Good Luck Four Leaf Clover Super Absorbent Coasters

What’s better than a lucky four leaf clover to celebrate St. Patrick’s day? The 4-leaf clover is a variation of the 3-leaved clover or Shamrock (see this post for a Shamrock dish cloth knitting pattern), bringing good luck to anyone who finds one, especially if found accidentally.

Did you know there are approximately 10,000 three-leaf clovers for every four-leaf clover? Even so, collectors are not deterred and have even found clover with many more than four leaves.

These coasters are super absorbent and ready to keep those wet glass rings off your table. Today’s crochet pattern is from a 1940’s Enterprise Yarn booklet.

Enterprise yarn is discontinued but you can use Aunt Lydia’s Cotton Crochet #3 as a substitute. A crochet needle size is not listed but based on the other patterns in the booklet, a Steel Crochet Hook No. 1 is used.

Free Crochet Pattern Good Luck Four Leaf Clover Coasters

Another coaster crochet pattern from this booklet can be found in this post, Star Coaster Patterns.

Here’s the PDF file from today to download for later:

Crochet Pattern – Good Luck Four Leaf Clover Coasters

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