How to Crochet Stars (+ Easiest Free Crochet Star Pattern)

Looking for a quick and easy crochet star pattern? This free crochet star pattern is cute yet simple and perfect for beginners. Plus, there’s a step-by-step tutorial to show you how to crochet stars in minutes!

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Dear Craftaholics! We’ll be posting crochet tutorials often from now on and to celebrate a new regular addition to our blog, we wanted to share a simple crochet star pattern with you guys!

This crochet star pattern is really cute and can be used as a Christmas ornament. You can download the free pattern or you can go through the step-by-step instructions if you’re not familiar with the crochet terms. You can use it for many other crafts but in today’s tutorial, we’ll show you how to make a simple yet cute Christmas ornament with the crochet stars.

This star crochet pattern is quite easy, even if you’re a beginner, a few practices can help you tackle the pattern.

Crocheting one star won’t cost more than a dollar since you’ll have plenty of materials (yarn) left and of course, the tools can be used for other projects.

How to Crochet Stars (Free Crochet Star Pattern + Video)

The Easiest Free Crochet Star Pattern 

 Download the free pattern template.

crochet star pattern

How to Crochet a Star 



  • Crochet hook (3mm-3.5mm)
  • A pair of scissors
  • Tapestry needle


  • Yarn – medium light
  • Twine (for the ornament)
  • Beads (for the ornament)

Step-by-Step Crochet Star Instructions

Step 1: Base Loop

Select a yarn and start with a slip knot. Chain 4 and then form a loop by working a slip stitch through the first chain of the initials.

Crochet Stars  step 1

Step 2: Start Round 2

Chain 2 and then work 2 double crochet (dc, US term) through the base loop.

Crochet Stars  step 2

Step 3: Round 2

Chain 1 and then work 3 dc through the base loop.

Crochet Stars  step 3

Step 4: Finishing Round 2

Repeat *ch 1, 3 dc* 3  more times into the base loop. End round 2 with a slip stitch through the top chain of the initial chain 2.

Crochet Stars  step 4

Step 5: Starting Round 3

Slip stitch towards the next top chain. Work 2 dc through the chain 1 gap of round 2.

Crochet Stars  step 5

Step 6: Forming the Point

Work a treble crochet (tc, US term) into the chain gap of round 2 and then work 3 chain stitches.

Crochet Stars  step 6

Step 7: Forming the Point

Work 1 tc, and 2 dc through the chain gap of round 2.

Crochet Stars  step 7

Step 8: Completing the 1st Point

Work a slip stitch through the top chain adjacent to the next chain gap. Repeat the pattern to form the next point of the crochet star.

Crochet Stars  step 8

Step 9: Form 5 Points

Work 1 point into each chain gap. The pattern has 5 chain gaps, which means the star will be a 5-point crochet star. The more gaps you keep the more points will be added. Work a last slip stitch through the bottom chain of the 1st point.

Crochet Stars  step 9

Step 10: Securing the Crochet Star

Pull out a couple of cm of the yarn and then cut it off from the bundle. Use a tapestry needle to stitch the remaining yarn on the backside of the crochet star pattern.

Crochet Stars  step 10

Step 11: Make the Ornament

Cut out a piece of twine and insert it through the tip of any one point. Hold 2 ends of the twine and bead through both. Tie a knot with the open ends to complete the crochet star ornament.

Crochet Stars  step 11

 Tips for Beginners

Here are some tips if you’re having difficulty crocheting the heart patterns.

  • Start this pattern with a slip knot, not a magic ring.
  • Follow the instructions as per our pattern to make the star the same as ours.
  • If you’re not familiar with crochet abbreviations, you can take help from the internet and easily learn the basic stitches and their names.

We are working on a detailed article about all the basic things about crocheting very soon.

Here are some of our simple crochet tutorials from our blog that you may also like

Crocheting and knitting are popular all over the globe. No matter in which country or region you live, these 2 forms of fiber art are sure to be found. Each of them has a unique, traditional touch to them.

These cute crochet stars can be used for many other craft projects, which makes this craft even more fun. We would love to see if you do re-create our crochet stars and use them for a fun project; please do tag us on Facebook or Instagram (use #thecraftaholicwitch).

Happy Crafting!

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