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Cute and simple crochet star. Free Crochet pattern.

I was recently checking out Pinterest for crochet star patterns I wanted to use in another project. While I was practicing a couple different patterns, I ended up with a mash up of a few of them so I thought I would share. These stars are great for holiday decorations (think 4th of July or Christmas)!

 

Simple Stars

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Materials:

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US-Size H Crochet Hook (smaller, tighter stars)

US-Size I Crochet Hook (slightly larger stars)

scrap yarn – I used Lily’s Sugar and Cream in White and Nautical Twist

Large Eye Tapestry Needle

 

Abbreviations:

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

Pattern:

Start with a magic ring, ch 2 (counts as 1 dc), 9 dc in ring, tighten to close

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 to first sc with slip stitch. Bind off.

Cute and simple crochet star. Free Crochet pattern.

Check out this Christmas Lights upcycle for an idea where to use these stars.

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Take a look at these simple Cabled Crochet Christmas Trees you can make today.

Adorable, easy to make, crochet christmas trees. Simple free crochet pattern. Get ready for the Holiday by making these adorable trees. They look great on my mantle and will be great quick gifts.

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4 comments on “Simple Stars”

  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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