St. Patrick’s Day Four-Leaf Clover Accessory



I was looking through my daughter’s clothes, and she definitely has pink and purple covered. Green, not so much. To get ready for St. Patrick’s Day we made a fun accessory from four-leaf clover shapes.

Using felt in two shades of green, I cut four-leaf clover shapes freehanded without a pattern. It doesn’t matter if they look wonky; you won’t notice that once they’re put together. Stack the shapes with the biggest one on the bottom and the smallest one on top.

Make a small stitch with needle and thread in the center to hold the pieces together.

On the back you can fasten a hair clip or a safety pin to attach it to clothes and shoes.

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2 Responses to “St. Patrick’s Day Four-Leaf Clover Accessory”

  1. SAJ Mar 05 at 9:45 am Reply Reply

    My kid has the same pink/purple problem! I’m totally going to do this.  


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