Crochet Four Leaf Clover

crochet four leaf clover

Crochet Four Leaf Clover

Crochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2015.

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This pattern is written in US crochet terms

02-easy web

Gather your supplies

  • Red Heart Super Saver, Spring Green, Approx 9.5 yards (5 g)
  • 5 mm Crochet Hook
  • Darning Needle
  • Scissors

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Gauge and Sizing

The finished clover should measure 4″ x 3.5″ when using worsted weight yarn and a 5 mm hook. You can adjust the sizing by choosing bulkier yarn/larger hook or lighter yarn/smaller hook.


  • Ch – Chain
  • Dc – Double Crochet
  • Hdc – Half Double Crochet
  • Sc – Single Crochet
  • Slst – Slip Stitch
  • Tc – Treble Crochet

To print a list of all crochet abbreviations to keep in your crochet notebook, check out my quick guide here:

Crochet Abbreviations Quick Guide

Pattern Notes

You will need to know a variety of basic crochet stitches to complete one clover. If you are familiar with the stitches listed in the Abbreviations section, you will have no trouble with this pattern. The clover is worked in the round using two rounds. Beginner’s will find the video tutorial very useful if experiencing problems following the written instructions.

Crochet Four Leaf Clover Video Tutorial

This video is also available in a left handed version. Click here to be directed to the left handed tutorial on YouTube.

Written Instructions

crochet four leaf clover

Round 1: Ch 3. Join with a slst to the first chain to form a ring. Ch 8, slst into the center of the ring. Ch 8, slst into the center of the ring. Ch 8, slst into the center of the ring. Ch 8, slst into the center of the ring. Ch 10, slst into the 2nd chain from the hook and into each of the remaining 8. Slst into the center of the ring.

Round 2: In first ch 8 space, make the following stitches: Sc, Hdc, 4 Dc, 2 Tc, Dc, Hdc, Sc, Hdc, Dc, 2 Tc, 4 Dc, Hdc, Sc. Slst into the center of the ring. *In next ch 8 space, make the following stitches: Sc, Hdc, 4 Dc, 2 Tc, Dc, Hdc, Sc, Hdc, Dc, 2 Tc, 4 Dc, Hdc, Sc. Slst into the center of the ring. Repeat from * for the next two ch 8 spaces.

Bind off and weave in your ends. You will need to finger block or wet block your clovers to get the proper shape. I found that using my fingers was good enough to get the shape you see in the photos.

crochet four leaf clover

14 thoughts on “Crochet Four Leaf Clover

  • Kristen

    Thank you for this! I’m a lefty hooker still new to this medium of art (4 months in). I enjoyed learning the new-to-me treble crochet stitch. I will now attach straps to it so that it will fit on my dog’s collar.
    I appreciate that you are on ravelry. I had found your awesome crochet rose as well, then I saw this one. I appreciate your patterns and video teachings very much.

  • Michele Brouillard

    I found your video on how to crochet a rose and it was so easy to follow!!! I am a beginner and will look for more projects from you. I tried other sites and found your the best. Thank you!!!!

    • I am making 40 of these hats. Yup, 40! My dtauhger is doing her clinicals for nurse-midwifery, and there is a tradition that new midwives give hats to the babies they catch, made by their own mothers. Instead of doing just the first baby, I have decided to do all 40. I have made 15 so far. Enjoying choosing colors and trims for each little hat. I am a grandma of one human boy, and quite a few dogs and cats. I had three girls followed later by a boy, and every one has been a gift from God. Thanks for the pattern!

  • jeritta

    I like your patterns and am going to work on them now that I can a little bit. I love to crochet because my mamaw taught me how when I was little. When I was working I had no time for it but now that I am disabled and pretty much house bound unless someone gives me a ride I have plenty of time for hobbies. I love crochet. My neuro condition is taking my vision so it is getting harder so I would LOVE to learn finger crochet while I still can. Can you find anyone close to me that can help me? Also I love your videos and patterns.

    • I’m glad to hear that you find comfort in crochet, I can surely relate. I’m thrilled that you found my site and I hope that you have fun crocheting along with me. I have a recently added video tutorial on finger crochet you may want to check out!

      • jeritta

        I am glad you have finger crochet now. I think with my neuro disabilities affecting my fine motor skills this may make crochet easier. thank you for all your postings.

    • This is such a cute pattern; I have made quite a few of them. At first, I was a llttie intimidated by not joining rounds, but find this pattern to be very easy. Oh! If you want to make it really fun, try Red Heart’s Peruvian Print ; with different patterns in the yarn every few inches or so, it works out differently each time.

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