I was trying to find a star pattern for my baby helmet, and I couldn’t find anything that I liked. I started thinking about how I would want it to look, and bam! I had a pattern in my mind. It was pretty exciting.
You can see this star on my helmet here. This is a very simple pattern, and I would not be surprised if someone else (or multiple someone elses) had thought of it before. However, I have not copied it from anyone. You are welcome to use it for yourself. Please do not post and claim it as your own. If you would like to share it, please link back to this post. Thanks!
– MC = Magic Circle
– ch = chain
– sl st = slip stitch
– sc = single crochet
– sc2tog = single crochet 2 stitches together
– (x) = number of stitches completed
After you have completed point 4: Sl st to join at sc base. You now have three stitches between your last sl st and the next sl st (see picture below). Sc 3, sl st to the first sc of the first point’s base. Ch 1, turn (5)
Turn your star over and either trim or sew in the small tail of the magic circle.
You now have a star! If you have any problems with or suggestions for the pattern, you are welcome to leave a comment (as long as it is a nice one). -Jenny