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Stitch a Lucky Four-Leaf Clover

By February 7, 2010

Get a head-start on your March needlepoint projects by stitching the Four-Leaf Clover project. This project includes two pattern variations, so you can work a single clover or a quartet of lucky clover (shown).

The sample is stitched in traditional greens, and tan highlighted with a wee hint of a leprechaun's gold.

This project is perfect for experimenting with textured or decorative stitches. The sample project in the main project photo was worked in Long Stitch, Continental Stitch, Woven Stitch , Cross Stitch, Continental Stitch, Rice Stitch and Alternating Basketweave stitch.

All of these stitches are also available as Stitch Journal entries.

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July 11, 2010 at 7:43 am
(1) Four leaf clovers says:

It looks good. The sample project given project photo was worked in Long Stitch, Continental Stitch, Woven Stitch , Cross Stitch, Continental Stitch, Rice Stitch and Alternating Basketweave stitch is very useful to the reader.

August 21, 2010 at 3:34 pm
(2) 4 leaf clover says:

Would this be as lucky as finding a real 4 leaf clover? Thanks for sharing…

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