Crochet star garland pattern

Use our crochet star garland pattern to decorate your home for Christmas.

crochet star garland pattern

Stitch up a string of shooting stars for your craft room with Frank & Olive‘s crochet star pattern. If you know your chain from your treble crochet you’ll have no problem hooking these up. Raising a mini stargazer? Change up the colour to match their bedroom. Scroll for the step-by-steps. Enjoy! x

crochet star garland pattern cropped

You will need:

• Aran yarn in colours of your choice
• 4mm crochet hook
• Scissors

Abbreviations (UK):

chain (ch), treble crochet (tr), slip stitch (sl st), stitches (sts), half treble crochet (htr), repeat (rep).

How to make a crochet star garland

If you’ve enjoyed our crochet star garland pattern then check out our free granny square patterns for more colourful makes. Oh and our amigurumi crochet patterns for adorable little crochet creatures too. 

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You Will Need

  • Yarn
  • Crochet hook
  • Scissors

Total time:

Step 1

crochet star garland pattern step 1

Round 1: ch4, work 14tr into first ch (furthest from the hook), sl st into top of original 4-ch. (15 sts)

Step 2

crochet star garland pattern step 2

Round 2: Ch5, sl st in second ch from hook, dc in next ch, htr in next ch, tr in next ch, skip next 2 stitches (on round 1), sl st into next tr.

Step 3

crochet star garland pattern step 3

Rep step 2 four times (5 points). Fasten off and weave in ends. Cut three 10cm pieces of contrasting yarn, align and fold in half. Insert the loop end in between two star points and draw the other end through the loop to tie.

Step 4

crochet star garland pattern step 4

Make garland: ch20, sl st into first ch (furthest from the hook) to create loop for hanging. Ch20, *sl st into top of first star, ch15. Rep from * seven times, until all stars are attached. Ch40, sl st into twentieth ch from hook for other loop.

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Your crochet star garland is complete! Share the pattern with your friends and make a whole bunch then string them around your home. For more Christmassy crochet check out our free crochet patterns and our crochet for beginners guide. 

About Ruby McGrath
Ruby taught herself to crochet while pregnant with Olive two years ago. Now she designs for a number of magazines and yarn companies as well as running her own business.

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