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Quick and Easy Simple crochet star pattern perfect for using up scraps and using to decorate for your favorite holidays. String them together to make a garland, add a hook to make an ornament, or hang them like in the stars wall hanging. You’ll find two different versions of the simple crochet stars for free below!

Use this simple crochet star pattern to make these adorable little crochet stars. They are a perfect scrap yarn project! Great to use for decorating for the fourth of July or Christmas!

I was recently looking on Pinterest for crochet star patterns I wanted to use in another project. While I was practicing a couple different stars, I ended up creating my own simple crochet star pattern that I loved!

Use this simple crochet star pattern to make these adorable little crochet stars. They are a perfect scrap yarn project! Great to use for decorating for the fourth of July or Christmas!

The stars can be made by starting with single crochets or with double crochets. They turn out similar but end up being different sizes. Both patterns are below and by using different hooks with different size yarn, you can make a fun variety of crochet stars!

Use this simple crochet star pattern to make these adorable little crochet stars. They are a perfect scrap yarn project! Great to use for decorating for the fourth of July or Christmas!

These are a wonderful scrap yarn buster. The smallest stars with baby weight yarn took less than 0.1 ounces of yarn and the bulky yarn stars took around 0.5 ounces. I had so much fun working through my scraps, I couldn’t stop!

Once you get used to crochet the stars, even making them with fuzzy yarn becomes easy!

I made fourth of July themed stars using up my red, white and blue scraps, but they would also be perfect for other holidays or decorations like Christmas or birthdays.

If you hang them like in the crochet star wall hanging, the whole thing can be used as a modern wall hanging or in a nursery as a mobile.

They’d also be adorable hung as a garland and would be a great and  reusable party decoration.

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Use this simple crochet star pattern to make these adorable little crochet stars. They are a perfect scrap yarn project! Great to use for decorating for the fourth of July or Christmas!

Simple Crochet Stars

Materials:

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Crochet Hooks (It’s super fun to try different size hooks with the different sizes of yarn)

0.1 – 0.5 oz of scrap yarn

Large Eye Tapestry Needle

Abbreviations:

sl st – slip stitch
ch(s) – chain(s)
sc(s) – single crochet(s)
dc(s) – double crochet(s)
tr(s) – treble crochet(s)

Instructions:

Simple Crochet Stars Pattern Version 1

Start with a magic ring

Round 1: ch 2 (counts as 1 dc) 9 dc in ring, tighten to close, join with sl st to top of ch 2

Round 2: ch 1, sc in same stitch, *[2 dc, tr, ch 2, sc in top of tr (picot), 2 dc] in next stitch, sc in next st. *repeat 4 more times. Join with sl st to first sc.

Simple Crochet Stars Pattern Version 2

Start with a magic ring

Round 1: ch 1, 10 sc in ring, tighten to close, join with sl st to first sc

Round 2: ch 1, sc in same stitch, *[2 dc, tr, ch 2, sc in top of tr (picot), 2 dc] in next stitch, sc in next st. *repeat 4 more times. Join with sl st to first sc. Weave in ends!

Check out this Christmas Lights upcycle or Crochet Star Wall Hanging for fun projects using these stars!

Use this simple crochet star pattern to make these adorable little crochet stars. They are a perfect scrap yarn project! Great to use for decorating for the 4th of July or Christmas!

4 Comments on Simple Crochet Star Pattern

  1. I love what you do! Just a starter in crochet and knitting. But my neighbor will teach me these stars. And after a lot of practice I hopefully will be able to crochet the Kristie cardigan.

    Warm greetings from the Netherlands,

    MoJuffie

    • MoJuffie, wow! Thank you for the sweet and kind words. I think you will be able to make the cardigan in no time! It is really just three rectangles! The sleeves are probably the hardest part but I tried not to make them too complicated! Happy crocheting!

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