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Charming Clover Tatting Pattern!

Don’t let your next St. Patrick’s Day go by without tatting one (or more) of these lucky four-leaf clovers!

Tatting is a traditional form of lace-making that uses a shuttle and a length of thread to create intricate patterns and designs.

Making your own four-leaf clover is a fun way to add a unique, handmade touch to your St. Patrick’s Day decorations. Plus, they’re a symbol of good luck!

These tatted clovers provide a great embellishment to a jacket or coat lapel, or even the collar of a blouse, to keep away all of those pinch-happy people in your life!

The luck of the Irish is believed to come from the four-leafed clover, which is said to bring good luck to those who find it. Wearing these symbols is thought to bring the wearer a bit of luck and protection from harm.

Plus, it’s a great way to show off your luck without having to search for hours for that elusive four-leafed clover!

This free tatting pattern is pretty simple and beginner-friendly, although it is recommended that you pay close attention when reversing work. This is because reversing the work requires you to go back and forth in order to create the correct pattern. If you do not pay attention, it can be easy to make mistakes and end up with a pattern that does not turn out the way you wanted it to.

Here is the pattern link

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