We’ve all had those times where we just needed a cute little star to add to our work. After hours and hours of searching for a pattern I liked – and being unsuccessful – I decided to make my own. What’s great about this pattern is its versatility. If you want a smaller star, work with a smaller yarn and hook.
If you want a larger star, work with a larger yarn and hook! My star here as an example in this pattern was made with a size “H” (5mm) hook and Red Heart Super Saver. It measures approximately 4 inches across. On page three, you can find corresponding photos for each row.
Alternatively, you can buy an ad-free version of this pattern in a few different places. The ad-free PDF comes with full color pictures to help you along!
All instructions in parentheses are meant to be worked in the same stitch.
To Begin: Ch 5, sl st to form ring [this could also be started with a magic ring]
Row One: Ch 3 [counts as 1st dc], 9 dc in ring, sl st to top of ch 3 — 10dc
Row Two: Ch 3 [counts as 1st dc], 1 dc same space, 2 dc each st around — 20dc
Row Three: Ch 1, hdc, (2dc, ch3, 2dc), hdc, sl st, repeat between * total of 4 times
Fasten off and weave in ends!
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