How To Do The Star Stitch Crochet Tutorial
With Photos By Sandi Marshall
Following is a step-by-step photo how-to for working the star stitch. You'll sometimes find this stitch called a marguerite or a spiked cluster.
Stars can be made up of a varying number of spikes. These directions are for making a star with 5 spikes.
Directions for one way to crochet the next row can be found at http://crochet.about.com/library/weekly/aa112205.htm
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How to make the first star:
Make a chain of length desired.
Working the 2nd star and any additional stars:
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"Diamond" Afghan Square pattern I designed that's great for practicing the star stitch:
Free Pattern with Star Stitch
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