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Crochet Star Garland

By: Maya Kuzman from The Little Treasures
Crochet Star Garland
Crochet Star Garland

"This is a quick crochet project and the stars can be used for many other projects aside from stringing them to make a garland. They make perfect Christmas decorations, whether used as ornaments on the tree, or in your gift-wrapping. It is a great project to use your left over yarn."


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • * Dk yarn (Phil Cotton 4) and a 3mm hook (colors as per your liking - I used 4 colors) * tapestry needle for weaving ends, (sewing needle and thread if you use beads/sequins) *(optional) sequins


  • chain (ch)
  • slip stitch (sl st)
  • single crochet (sc)
  • half double crochet (hdc)
  • double crochet (dc)
  • treble (tr)
  • 3-ch picot

American terminology used.


  1. Foundation and round 1: ch7 and join to make a ring. ch2 (counts as 1st hdc), and hdc9 in ring. Do not join first round with a sl st.

  2. Round 2: In first space (that of the ch2 at the beginning of rnd 1), sc1, dc1, tr1, ch3 and make a picot, then sl st picot in body of the treble, dc1, sc1. Sl st in next st, and repeat this pattern in the next st. Repeat pattern for the whole round. There should be 5 points in the star. Work tails.

    Editor's Note: Click on image to enlarge.

  3. Once you make desired number of stars, work on the order of colors (if you used more colors). Ch20, sl st through the point (picot) of a star, ch14, sl st another star. Repeat this chaining method until all stars are strung. Ch20 for the other end of the garland.

    Leave as are or glam up with beads, sequins.

    Editor's Note: Click on image to enlarge.

Crochet Star Garland
Crochet Star Garland
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