How to Crochet a Star Stitch


How to Crochet a Star Stitch

This crochet star stitch tutorial will walk you through this beautiful stitch.

Crochet Star Stitch Tutorial
Crochet Star Stitch Tutorial

Learn How to Crochet a Star Stitch. This is a new crochet stitch that will really add some texture to your crochet patterns. This crochet star stitch tutorial is the perfect way for you to add a really cool texture into your pattern.

Plus, this video tutorial is great at giving you a visual view of how to complete these stars. You are going to love how this star stitch gathers and really add an interesting and personal touch to your crochet project. Practice with a swatch first and then start working it into your patterns!


Materials List

  • Crochet hook of choice
  • Yarn of choice

Crochet Star Stitch Tutorial

How to Crochet a Star Stitch:

  1. Chain an even number of chain stitches and add 1. 

  2. In the second chain from the hook, insert your hook and pull up a loop. 

  3. Go to the next chain from the hook, insert, and pull up a loop. 

  4. Repeat Step 3 until you have 6 loops on your hook.

    Note: You want to keep the loops loose. Tug on them a bit each time you add one to make sure they are aligned and aren't tight against the hook. 

  5. Yarn over and pull through all 6 loops. 

  6. To set that, chain 1. 

  7. When you chained 1, you created a little hole. Insert your hook into the hole, or the eye of your star, and pull up. 

    Note: Again, while you make loops, tug on them so that they aren't tight on the hook.

  8. Your next stitch will be in between the posts of the last 2 loops that you pulled up in that star previously. Yarn over and pull up a loop (you will have three loops on the hook). 

  9. Your next stitch (fourth loop) will be where you worked last in the chain, insert your hook and pull up a loop. 

  10. Repeat Step 9 in the next 2 available stitches (to create the fifth and sixth loops). 

  11. Yarn over and pull through all 6 loops, as you did in Step 5

  12. Chain 1/yarn over and pull up to set.

  13. Repeat Steps 7–12 for as many star stitches as your pattern calls for.

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This is a subtle yet gorgeous stitch. I love using it for hats.


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