Christmas Twinkler Crochet Stars


Christmas Twinkler Crochet Stars


Christmas Twinkler Crochet Stars
Christmas Twinkler Crochet Stars

When Christmas is in the air, you can feel it all the way down to your toes—or in this case, your fingertips. Christmas crochet projects like these Christmas Twinkler Crochet Stars are a great way to get in the holiday spirit, and you don't have to go out and buy impersonal expensive decorations to make your home festive. The pattern is so easy and simple that you can make tons of these little beauties, and they can be so useful throughout the season. They make excellent gift toppers because of their cute, tiny size, or you can put them on a hook and use them as Christmas tree ornaments.


Crochet Hook6 or 1.8 mm hook (steel), 7 or 1.65 mm hook (steel), 8 or 1.5 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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These little stars will make the perfect garland. Depending on the yarn and hook you use the star changes size. Making different sizes will add interest to the garland when I join them. I will be placing the finished garland on my fireplace mantle.

I really like these little stars and hope to crochet lots of them this year for Christmas. They would look so good on my tree, topping gifts or even several hanging in the window at different lengths. Thank you for sharing this project!

So cute. If you really want them to twinkle like I did, make sure to use a glitter yarn. I had been looking for a lovely little star to crochet. There are a few pretty patterns out there, but I was looking for something with a bit of jazzy in there ... I wanted to make a star garland to go with my heart and Christmas tree garlands.

These stars are too cute, and they could be used for so much more than just Christmas. I love that they are done in granny stitch, so they work up fast. These would be cute attached as an applique attached to children's garments, or stringing a bunch to hang up in a nursery or a child's room.

What a lovely little project! Im so glad the designer shows how using various yarns and hooks really affects how differently the stars work up. Its hard to visualize unless youve worked with different yarns before. Even the textures make a big difference. I also appreciate that she shows exactly how to turn the rounded points of the stars into nice sharp points instead.

I prefer the stars with the pointy corners on them, so I will be lightly starching them so they hold a shape to hang them on my tree. I have made something like this before, several years ago as a very young person. They were for my mom for a Christmas gift. I used a cotton thread in a classic ivory. But nowadays, there are much better and fancier choices for your thread. You can get a metallic twist, a sparkle, and even a confetti spray mixed in the thread/yarn. A great classic star pattern that appears super easy to make.

Delightful way to shine with these little stars. Great for trimming the tree or tying to packages. Written pattern along with a crocheting diagram. Good way to learn how to follow a diagram. I would assume pearl cotton and a smaller steel hook could also make some smaller stars. Be sure and use stainless t-pins when blocking to prevent rust.

After reading thru the pattern, I must say I told so indeed easy.i am going to get a shoe box and just start making these little cuties to put on packages. If I make different sizes I can place one on top of the other in complimentary colors for a 3 dimensional look.

I think that's a cute idea mulberrygalprinces s! I think these are the perfect embellishment for a birthday or Christmas card. I did almost miss the sizes. I was looking in the written directions and not it the pictures. oops. I wonder if these would work up in embroidery thread too--maybe a different texture. I can also see these attached to the end of a ribbon for a bookmark.


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