Christmas Puff Star Ornament

Christmas Puff Star Ornament

Have you seen adorable crochet stars on Pinterest? Lucky for you, Chi Wei has figured out a pattern for a Christmas Puff Star Ornamentt, so you don't have to work it up on your own. This pretty crochet ornament pattern isn't too difficult when you use a magic ring to start. You're just puff stitches away from the perfect star ornament. Make a bunch of these to decorate your tree, or use them as cute little gifts for coworkers and friends. Let your holiday spirit shine!

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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These are very cute puffy crochet stars. Starting them with the magic ring is a nice idea to keep the center stitches closed. No stars with holes in their centers that way. Easy to make dozens of these for the holiday tree or to give away as gifts in stacks tied with ribbon for neighbors or work colleagues.

This was the very first project I ever make using the Puff Stitch. Ill have to tell you, I pulled it out several times before I finally got the hang of going through all the loops at the same time. But after that, it was a piece of cake! I made it up using white yarn with glitter and tucked it into a Christmas card for my sister. She was thrilled!

Made this in lavender cotton yarn for a niece whose favorite color is purple. She can hang it on her purple Christmas tree. I made the star according to the pattern and it was cute, but too big for my purpose. So I ripped it back and remade it using only rows 1 and 3 of the pattern. My star is 3.5 inches.

This would be a great addition to our Christmas tree this year, I could make these in all kinds of colors to match our themed tree and even add a little sparkly yarn for a special touch. My daughter would also be able to help decorate the tree with these ornaments!

This is a lovely little pattern, but as I do not celebrate Christmas, I will try these stars in sparkly blue and forest green yarns, and iridescent white yarns, and perhaps yarns with silver or gold filament, to celebrate the Winter Solstice.

Just tried this - very easy to make. Worked up in minutes and it's very cute.

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