c2c Shamrock Pillow

Shamrock Pillow

FEBRUARY 25, 2021

Just in time for St. Patty's Day! This corner to corner (C2C) Shamrock Pillow pattern would make a great addition to your home decor.  You can change the colors to customize for your style.  I hope you like my pattern!

Fun fact: Shamrocks only have three leaves☘️. Traditionally, shamrocks have been used as a symbol of Ireland. To be considered a shamrock, a clover must have three leaves. A clover with more or less than 3 leaves is not a shamrock. All shamrocks are clovers, but not all clovers are shamrocks.

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19 inches by 19 inches


4 squares= just over 2 inches
4 rows of  squares= just over 2 inches


dc= double crochet
hdc= half double crochet
sc= single crochet
ch= chain
ch(s)= chains
st= stitch
st(s)= stitches
rem= remaining
dc2tog= double crochet 2 stitches together

  • You can choose to follow the pixel graph or the written instructions.
  • Crochet the pixel graph using the corner-to-corner (c2c) technique. Use the traditional method of making three double crochets for each square.
  • Chain 6 to start each new row and chain 3 at the beginning of each square.

Pillow Front

Shamrock Graph

Written Pattern
↙ Row 1: minty x 1
↗ Row 2: minty x 2
↙ Row 3: minty x 3
↗ Row 4: minty x 4
↙ Row 5: minty x 5
↗ Row 6: minty x 6
↙ Row 7: minty x 7
↗ Row 8: minty x 8
↙ Row 9: minty x 9
↗ Row 10: minty x 10
↙ Row 11: minty x 11
↗ Row 12: minty x 12
↙ Row 13: minty x 13
↗ Row 14: minty x 14
↙ Row 15: minty x 15
↗ Row 16: minty x 16
↙ Row 17: minty x 10, white x 1, minty x 6
↗ Row 18: minty x 5, white x 3, minty x 2, white x 3, minty x 5
↙ Row 19: minty x 5, white x 4, minty x 1, white x 4, minty x 5
↗ Row 20: minty x 6, white x 8, minty x 6
↙ Row 21: minty x 6, white x 9, minty x 6
↗ Row 22: minty x 6, white x 10, minty x 6
↙ Row 23: minty x 7, white x 9, minty x 7
↗ Row 24: minty x 7, white x 10, minty x 7
↙ Row 25: minty x 8, white x 9, minty x 8
↗ Row 26: minty x 9, white x 8, minty x 9
↙ Row 27: minty x 10, white x 7, minty x 10
↗ Row 28: minty x 11, white x 6, minty x 11
↙ Row 29: minty x 7, white x 2, minty x 3, white x 5, minty x 12
↗ Row 30: minty x 13, white x 4, minty x 2, white x 4, minty x 7
↙ Row 31: minty x 7, white x 5, minty x 2, white x 3, minty x 2, white x 7, minty x 5
↗ Row 32: minty x 5, white x 9, minty x 1, white x 2, minty x 1, white x 7, minty x 7
↙ Row 33: minty x 7, white x 8, minty x 1, white x 4, minty x 5, white x 2, minty x 6
↗ Row 34: minty x 16, white x 10, minty x 8
↙ Row 35: minty x 8, white x 13, minty x 14
Corner
↗ Row 36: minty x 11, white x 15, minty x 8
↙ Row 37: minty x 8, white x 15, minty x 10
↗ Row 38: minty x 9, white x 7, minty x 1, white x 7, minty x 8
↙ Row 39: minty x 8, white x 6, minty x 1, white x 8, minty x 8
↗ Row 40: minty x 7, white x 16, minty x 7
↙ Row 41: minty x 7, white x 6, minty x 1, white x 8, minty x 7
↗ Row 42: minty x 6, white x 9, minty x 1, white x 6, minty x 6
↙ Row 43: minty x 6, white x 5, minty x 2, white x 8, minty x 6
↗ Row 44: minty x 5, white x 9, minty x 1, white x 6, minty x 5
↙ Row 45: minty x 5, white x 5, minty x 2, white x 8, minty x 5
↗ Row 46: minty x 5, white x 8, minty x 2, white x 4, minty x 5
↙ Row 47: minty x 5, white x 2, minty x 4, white x 5, minty x 7
↗ Row 48: minty x 7, white x 5, minty x 10
↙ Row 49: minty x 10, white x 5, minty x 6
↗ Row 50: minty x 6, white x 4, minty x 10
↙ Row 51: minty x 10, white x 3, minty x 6
↗ Row 52: minty x 18
↙ Row 53: minty x 17
↗ Row 54: minty x 16
↙ Row 55: minty x 15
↗ Row 56: minty x 14
↙ Row 57: minty x 13
↗ Row 58: minty x 12
↙ Row 59: minty x 11
↗ Row 60: minty x 10
↙ Row 61: minty x 9
↗ Row 62: minty x 8
↙ Row 63: minty x 7
↗ Row 64: minty x 6
↙ Row 65: minty x 5
↗ Row 66: minty x 4
↙ Row 67: minty x 3
↗ Row 68: minty x 2
↙ Row 69: minty x 1

After you finish the last square you are going to continue crocheting around the border.

Border: ch 1, in the side of each square you will make 2 sc and in each corner you will sc-ch 2-sc.

Pillow Back

I used Dusty Grey for the pillow back.

Make a back using the same pattern as the front of the pillow but without the color changes.

Lay your pillow covers with the WRONG sides facing each other. The RIGHT sides will both be facing outward. Using your tapestry needle and Minty yarn, sew the covers together through the single crochet borders. After you have sewn three of the four sides together, stuff with a pillow insert or Poly Fil. Sew the last side.

You are done! I hope you enjoyed this pattern. Tag me on Instagram (@lovable_loops) or Facebook to share your pictures with me.

Here are some more pattern you may like:

Heart Pillow

Shamrock Blanket
Shamrock Blanket c2c Crochet Pattern Free

Pumpkin Pillow


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