Create a Lucky Four-Leaf Clover from Scraps

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It’s Easy and Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!

Gather together your green scraps for this charming four-leaf clover. You’ll need 12 fabrics in a variety of print styles if you don’t want any repeats.





The variety of fabrics creates a lot of interest. Use a plain or low-volume background fabric for contrast.

Four-Leaf Lucky: Stitch a St. Patrick’s Day Block

This is an easy block to make and can be used many different ways. Finish one off for a potholder or combine several for a larger project.

The completed four-leaf clover block, designed by Diane Knott, has a finished size of 8″ square.

Click here for the free “Four-Leaf Lucky: Stitch a St. Patrick’s Day Block” tutorial.

 

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