Crochet Patterns

Lucky Star

“Twinkle, twinkle, little star.How I wonder what you are.” I guess we all know this beautiful lullaby. So, one day as I was singing it to my little one, I imagined a crochet star that would make a perfect decoration or a beginning of a new project.

Pattern: by Tally’s Crafts

Recommended yarn: Scheepjes Stone Washed XL

Recommended hook size: 5mm

Finished size: approx. 11cm

Abbreviations (US terms)
sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
dc – double crochet
tr – treble 
fpsc –front post single crochet
fphdc – front post half double crochet
fpdc – front post double crochet
fptr – front post treble
ch – chain
st(s) – stitch(es)
sk- skip
st – stitch
sl st – slip stitch
pop – popcorn stitch (5 dc in same st and close with a ch)
sp – space 

Round 1

start with a magic circle, ch6 (counts as 1dc and ch3 sp), dc, ch3…repeat till you have 5 ch3 spaces, join with a sl st
[5dc, 5ch3 sp]

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Round 2

start with making a pop in any ch3 sp, ch4, pop in the next ch3 sp…repeat till you have 5 pop ch4 and join with a sl st
[5pop, 5ch4 sp]

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Round 3

standing sc in any pop, (5 sc in the next ch4 sp), sc in the next pop…repeat

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Round 4

standing sc in the sc made above any pop st, fptr around right dc from R1, fptr around left dc from R1, (don’t skip any st after the fptr) sc in the next 2 sc from the previous R, ch3, skip the next st, sc in the next 2 sc, sc in the sc above pop…repeat, join with a sl st
[10fptr, 20sc, 5ch3 sp]

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Round 5

standing sc in the top st between the 2 tr, (5dc, ch2, 5dc in the ch3 sp)…repeat, join with a sl st 
[5sc, 5 petals, 5ch2 sp]    

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Round 6

bphdc around any sc from the previous round, bphdc in all st till ch2 sp, (hdc, ch2, hdc in ch2 sp),bphdc in the stitches till the next ch2 sp… repeat, join with a sl st
[70bphdc, 5ch2 sp]

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This is a free pattern designed by Tally’s Crafts. You may use the photos as long as you credit me and link to my website or Instagram @tallyscrafts. You are not allowed to post the pattern and the photos as your own.

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