Teeny Tiny Crochet Stars

Is it just me or do you sometimes find the need for some teeny tiny crochet stars?! These little cuties are about 1 inch wide and a great replacement for a button. They only take a couple minutes to make and add a nice little flair to your crochet projects. I will show you how I use them in tomorrows post :)

– Worsted weight yarn
– Size G Crochet Hook
– Tapestry needle

Magic Ring Tutorial <— click link for tutorials by Petals to Picots. You will need to know how to make the magic ring for this project!
Ch = chain
SC = Single Crochet
Sl St = Slip Stitch

Star Pattern:
Magic Ring, chain 2, *SC in second chain, join to magic ring loop with a slip stitch, chain 2 and repeat from * until you have 5 “points.” Pull ring tight and fasten off. Weave in ends or leave a long tail to sew on star as an appliqué.

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    • dodie says

      clever ! does make pointier stars and sarah’s looks more like a flower. either way works. thanks for suggesting a different way.

  2. Sade Carswell says

    What would be the best technique to crochet a circle (like the Captain America shield) around one of these stars?

  3. jen says

    Thanks for the pattern…looking for a cute little button sized star to use on my sons shooting star blanket. This one looks easy and quick to do! I plan on having them hanging about in the fringe

  4. dodie says

    love this cute pattern. how ever did you come up with it ?!??!!! using them to patch a tiny hole in my 2 sweaters. thank you, thank you !!! your patterns are so darn cute and thanks for making them available for free. you’re a sweetie. :))

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