Six Petal Star Flower Motif

Great pattern for using up small bits of yarn. Fairly easy to stitch up. Chains create successive rounds of petals with a final round of single crochet. Would work up nicely in single or multiple colors. Use to embellish another project or join together for larger items like an afghan or bag.

SIX PETAL STAR FLOWER MOTIF

Hook: 5.0 mm (H)
Yarn: Any worsted weight yarn; pictured example is made with Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Stripes.

Gauge: n/a

Begin with an adjustable loop (magic loop).
Round 1: Ch3; (HDC, ch1) 5 times; join in second chain.
Round 2: Ch4, sc in ch1 space; (Ch3, sc in ch1 space) 5 times; join in first chain.
Round 3: Sl next st, sl st in ch3 space; ch4, sc in next ch3 space; (ch3, sc in ch3 space) 5 times; join in first chain.
Round 4: Sl next st, sl st in ch3 space; ch6, sc in next ch3 space; (ch5, sc in ch3 space) 5 times; join in first chain.
Round 5: Sl next st, sl st in ch5 space; ch8, sc in next ch5 space; (ch7, sc in ch5 space) 5 times; join to first chain.
Round 6: Ch 1, 7 sc in ch 5 space; (8 sc in next ch 5 space) 5 times; join to first chain. Bind off.
Snug up the beginning loop. Weave in all ends.

Pattern is untested.  Please refer any errors to me via a PM on Ravelry.  Thank you.

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Six Petal Star Flower Motif by Patricia Pfau Walker is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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