Crochet Pattern: Liam the Leprechaun

By Rachel Choi – 9 Comments

New in the Crochet Spot Store, Liam the leprechaun is a fun character to crochet as a toy for children or as a collector’s item for adults. You can also use Liam to decorate for a St. Patrick’s Day event. This pattern is crocheted seamlessly in the round and contains a technique for smooth color changes. Liam is crocheted in multiple pieces that are sewn together. Minor embroidery skills are required to embroider the face. Feel free to crochet yourself a matching leprechaun hat using the leprechaun hat crochet pattern!

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 10” (15.5 cm) tall with hat, 7” (18 cm) arm span

Medium Weight Yarn
-Approximately 100 yards of light green
-50 yards of dark green and tan
-Small amount of black, white, orange, yellow and red
Crochet Hook F (3.75 mm)
Polyester Fiberfill (other any filling of your choice)
Yarn Needle
crochet yarn size 4


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  1. cowgrlw says:

    Oh my gosh, Rachel!! That’s soooo cute!! Beautiful work! : )

  2. Lane † says:

    Wow, Rachel! You are so creative!!! And then to write the instructions for it too??? Wow, you are Amazing!!!!

  3. Hana says:

    Adorable, Rachel!
    I think this may be one of your very best patterns. :o)

  4. Evelyn says:

    This is sooooooo Adorable!! Thank you so much for sharing.
    Gotcha in my favorites ~

  5. Anna says:

    Hi Rachel


  6. anita says:

    Rachel, I love this! I am making it, but am having trouble with the vest, particularly round 17. could you post a photo of the vest alone?

  7. Tonya says:

    I love this, I showed my husband and he wants me to make him one, do you have a pattern for it?

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