How do you make a star stitch?

How many chains do you need for a star stitch?

Row 1: Start by chaining any even number of stitches, 6 or greater. The first star uses 6 chains, and the remaining stars each use 2.

How do you start a crochet star stitch?

To work star stitch, begin with a multiple of 10 + 2 chs. To begin, insert hk in 2nd ch from hk, yo, pull up a lp, [insert hook in next ch, yo, pull up a lp] 4 times, yo and pull through all 6 lps on hook, ch 1 (see illustration — Beginning Star Stitch completed).

What is the prettiest crochet stitch?

20 Most Eye-Catching Crochet Stitches

  • Moss Stitch. …
  • Zig Zag Puff Stitch. …
  • Star Stitch. …
  • Griddle Stitch. …
  • Tulip Stitch. …
  • V Double Crochet Stitch. …
  • Ribbed Half Double Crochet. http://littlemonkeyscrochet.com/tutorial-ribbed-half-double-crochet-stitch-ribhdc/
  • Daisy Stitch. http://lotsofcrochetstitches.blogspot.com/2012/02/daisy-crochet-stitch.html.

24.06.2016

What crochet stitch is best for a blanket?

Best Crochet Stitches for Blankets

  1. Waffle Stitch. This crochet stitch gives you a waffle like texture. …
  2. Granny Crochet Stitch. A classic granny stitch in rows. …
  3. Chevron Stitch. The chevron stitch looks wonderful in stripes! …
  4. Moss Stitch. Great for beginners! …
  5. C2C Stitch.
  6. Shell stitch. Perfect for a delicate feel! …
  7. Basket Weave Stitch. …
  8. Spider Stitch.

14.01.2017

How do you crochet a 5 pointed star?

Crochet star pattern:

Ch 3, 14 dc into the ring, join with sl st – pull tail to close ring. *Ch 6, sc in the 3d ch from hook, hdc in the next ch, dc in the next ch, tc in the next ch, skip next dc on the 1st Row, sl st in the next dc, repeat from * to get in total 5 points.

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What is puff stitch?

A puff stitch is made by yarning over once, inserting your hook into a stitch, yarning over and pulling up a loop through that stitch. However, STOP right there, do not pull through any loops already on the hook. Yarn over again, insert your hook, pull up a loop, and STOP right there again.

What is a jasmine stitch?

To work the Jasmine Stitch, we need to create a foundation row /chain of puff stitches, worked on their sides (or half puffs really as you only yo twice). This is where the foundation puff stitch (fps) comes in. This stitch will also be used to create the turning stitch every time you start a new row.

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