Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a star shape which you can lengthen to form afghans, doilies, tree skirts,
or placemats part 1/8.
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Hi there! Welcome to another edition of Mikeyssmail. I am going to show you how to go from this piece of yarn to an actual Star Afghan, Star Doily, Star Baby Blanket, star Christmas skirt. This project is so versatile. It’s all up to you on how big you want to make it. I am going to show you how to get the basic formation of this and then from there, the size is just up to you. I am going to show you what you need to do once you get the pattern established and the pattern doesn’t establish fully until round number four. And then after you get the fourth round, you can go as many rounds as you want to in order to make this successful. I think this pattern is just perfect.
Now, one of my viewers here on YouTube actually recommended that I go take a look at Beth—her name is Beth and I looked at her blog and she had it. She had pictures, she has step-by-step wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. So, I was able to contact Beth and with her permission, I am linking this video. So, go into the More Information on this video to actually go and find her information, pattern; the pictures. You’re going to love it. So, if you want to follow the patterns and you don’t got the time to go through my tutorials, then you can go there but if you’re having trouble reading the tutorials, you can just stay on here and I am going to go crochet along, step-by-step so that you get the basic formation and after that, you’re on your own.
Now, I will tell you, I will put a color change here. She has in her patterns just beautiful stuff that is for a baby. And she changes color, so I am going to show you where you need to change color on this and how you are to change color this and how you are to change color and we’ll go from there.
So, let’s go from this to this in no time fly. And I am going to be using different colored wool and this is just fantastic. It’s one of those really projects. I think you can whip up a child’s blanket, maybe in three of four days. And I’m not too much time this year, maybe half hour, just not a pretty good stars are really so. It’s just going to keep getting bigger and bigger and bigger.