Saturday, October 29, 2016

Crochet Video: Easy Shell Post Stitch Scarf




                               
PATTERN AND VIDEO

It's getting cold out there, winter is coming, and it's time to stay warm so try this very easy Post stitch Shell Crochet Scarf. There are only 2 stitches, The shell and a post stitch. The shell stitch is done in the center of each of the previous rows shells and the same with the post stitches. The video link is below to see how ti's made. 


Shell Post stitch Scarf
Multiple of  6+5 chains
If you add 5 chains you add 1 shell to the pattern.
Hook size: I

Chain 29
Gauge: 
7 inches = 4 sts per inch. 
1 2/3 rows per inch

Stitches/Abbreviations:
Shell is (2dc, ch1,2dc)
dc = Double Crochet
ch = chain
FPdc = Front Post Double Crochet
BPdc = Back Post Double Crochet
TCH = Turning chain

Pattern:
Row 1:
1dc in 4th ch. *sk 2ch, shell in next, sk2 ch, 1dc in next ch. * rep 3 times more. When you have 1 chain left do 1dc in it.

Row 2:
ch3,  *FPdc in next DC, do shell in center of next shell, *
rep end with 1FPdc in 2nd to last stitch, 1dc in TCH

Row 3:
ch 3,
*BPdc around the next post stitch,shell in center of next shell, *
End with 1BPdc in the next post stitch, 1 DC in TCH.

Repeat rows 2 and 3





Monday, October 10, 2016

Crochet Video: Beautiful Easy Crunch Shell Stitch Scarf


This is a beautiful stitch to create a scarf with. It's called the Crunch Shell stitch. The Shell consists of a Single Crochet, Half Double and Double Crochet all in 1 stitch.

You can also use scarf patterns for blankets just increase the amount of chains. You just need a multiple of 3 stitches.

See the Video at https://youtu.be/YOjFwp57Y1I
All my Videos can be found at https://www.youtube.com/user/hg1bbs


Hook I
Multiple of 3 chains needed

GAUGE:
Ch24 = 7 inches
3 1/2 stitch per inch
5 rows = 2.75 inches

Shell is (SC, HDC, DC) in the indicated stitch

Ch24
Row 1: Shell in 4th chain from the hook. *skip 2 chains, Shell in next chain* repeat until 2 chains remain then skip 1 chain then 1 DC in the last chain.

Row 2: ch3, *Shell in next DC (which is the first stitch of the group). Skip HDC, SC* repeat doing 1DC In TCH

Repeat row 2 for the rest of the pattern.





Crochet Video: Openwork Scarf Crochet Pattern


This is a great new crochet scarf pattern. It's getting cold out there for most of us. Video included.  The video can be seen at https://youtu.be/Iln2Y5CxGEA

You need an even number of chains to complete the scarf. 


Ch24 or any even number of chains.
Hook Size: I/9, 5.50 mm, UK5

Gauge
7 1/4 inches wide = 3 1/3 stitches per inch
Rows 21= 9 inches = 2 1/3 rows per inch

Row 1: do 1 sc in the 2nd chain from the hook and in each chain across the row.(23sc)

Row 2: ch4 (DC, ch1) (naturally skip the base of the chain 4 then...)skip the first (next) SC, 1DC in next SC *ch1, skip 1 SC, 1DC in next SC. repeat from the * to the end of the row.

Row 3: ch1, 1SC in 1st DC, 2SC in each chain 1 space across the row 
(that includes that chain space right under where you just did the SC.)
End with 1 SC in the last chain 1space formed by the ch4 from previous row, then do 1SC In the TCH.

Row 4: ch1, do 1SC in each stitch across the row. 

Repeat rows 2-4 for the remainder of your scarf.




Friday, April 8, 2016

Crochet Video Tutorial: Thick Fan Stitch Pattern


Crochet Video Tutorial Available for 
Thick Fan Stitch Pattern!!



Video at: https://youtu.be/LR_EZ-_kkuM
This video will show you how to do a thick fan stitch pattern. It's perfect for blankets, scarves, or anything that you want to keep you warm. Multiple of 5+2 chains is needed for this stitch pattern. This is a very easy pattern for a beginner but interesting enough for someone more experienced. Pattern is below. The photo above shows a swatch that used a chain of 27. The video shows a smaller swatch of 17.

This is a very quick pattern to make and a fun one also.



Hook size: I
Chained 17 for the video
Gauge: is 3 stitches per inch and 1.65 rows per inch

Abbreviations:
sc = single crochet
dc = Double Crochet
dtr = Double Triple Crochet
ch = Chain
* = repeat instructions between them
TCH = Turning Chain

Multiple of 5 + 2 chains needed
Row 1: Do 1sc in the 2nd chain from hook. Do 1 sc in the next chain. *ch3, skip 2 chains, do 1 sc in each of the next 3 chains. * repeat instructions between *. End with 1 sc in each of the last 2 chains.

Row 2: Ch1, 1sc in the first stitch, *do 5dc in the chain 3 space. Skip 1 stitch. Do 1sc in the next sc. * repeat instructions between * across the row.

Row 3: ch6 ( 1dtr+ch1) Skip the 1st stitch, (NOT counting the base of the chain 6), 1dc in each of the next 3 dc's, (they should always be centered over the 5-dc group from the previous row), ch3. *Skip next 3 stitches, 1dc in each of the next 3 dc's, ch3* repeat instructions between * until you have 2 stitches left then do chain 1 and do 1dtr in last stitch.

Row 4: chain 3, 2dc in first chain 1 space, *Do 1sc in center dc, Do 5 dc in next chain 3 space*
repeat instructions between * When you get to the last chain space do 2dc in it then do 1dc in the 3rd chain of the beginning ch6 from the previous row. If you're not sure how to find it just count from the bottom up.


Row 5: chain 1, 1sc in each of the first 2 stitches, *chain 3, skip 3 stitches, 1sc in each of the next 3 stitches * repeat instructions between * until you have 2 stitches left (you will have the last stitch and the turning chain) do 1 sc in each of them.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Crochet Video Tutorial: Cluster Hexagon Granny Square

Cluster Hexagon Crochet Granny Square!

Easy Cluster Hexagon Granny Square Video Tutorial

This is a very easy Cluster Hexagon Granny Square to complete. If you can do a double crochet then you can do these Clusters. 
Check out the video tutorial at the link above.

Abbreviations:
YO = Yarn Over
* = Repeat the instructions between the asterisks
Ch = Chain
Ch3sp = Chain 3 space

Size: 5 rows = 7.25 inches (7 1/4 )
Hook size: H

Beginning Cluster = Ch3, *YO, insert hook into space indicated, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops* repeat from * once more then YO and pull through all 3 loops.

Cluster: *YO, insert hook into space indicated, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops* repeat from *2 times more YO and pull through all 4 loops.

Ch 6 join with a slip stitch to the first chain to form a ring.

Round 1:
Beginning cluster in ring, chain 3,
(Work Cluster, ch3)5 times,
Join to the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 2:
Slip Stitch 1 time to the next chain space (do this so your corners are even for the hexagon shape)
(Beginning Cluster, ch3, Cluster) in same space, chain 3, Cluster in next ch3sp, chain 3
(Cluster, ch3,Cluster, ch3) in each ch3sp around the granny square. Join to the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 3:
Slip Stitch 1 time to the next chain space.
(Beginning Cluster, ch3,Cluster) in same space, chain 3
Cluster in next ch3sp, ch3
*(Cluster, ch3,Cluster, ch3) in next ch3sp. Cluster in next ch3sp, ch3* 
Join to the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 4:
Slip Stitch 1 time to the next chain space.
(Beginning Cluster, ch3,Cluster) in same space, chain 3
(Cluster, ch3) in each of next 2 chain spaces
*(Cluster, ch3, Cluster) in next corner chain space, ch3
(Cluster, ch3) in each of next 2 chain spaces* 
Join to the top of the beginning chain 3

Again, the video can be found at https://youtu.be/zqbVSAYSeSY

If you want to crochet more rows just do the same as you've been doing on Rows 3 and 4. For every row you will have 1 extra chain 1 space on each side of the hexagon. So just do a Cluster then Chain 3 in each one.

IF there are ANY questions, please let me know!
Heather

Crochet Video Tutorial: Cluster Hexagon Granny Square

Cluster Hexagon Crochet Granny Square!

Easy Cluster Hexagon Granny Square Video Tutorial

This is a very easy Cluster Hexagon Granny Square to complete. If you can do a double crochet then you can do these Clusters. 
Check out the video tutorial at the link above.

Abbreviations:
YO = Yarn Over
* = Repeat the instructions between the asterisks
Ch = Chain
Ch3sp = Chain 3 space

Size: 5 rows = 7.25 inches (7 1/4 )
Hook size: H

Beginning Cluster = Ch3, *YO, insert hook into space indicated, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops* repeat from * once more then YO and pull through all 3 loops.

Cluster: *YO, insert hook into space indicated, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops* repeat from *2 times more YO and pull through all 4 loops.

Ch 6 join with a slip stitch to the first chain to form a ring.

Round 1:
Beginning cluster in ring, chain 3,
(Work Cluster, ch3)5 times,
Join to the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 2:
Slip Stitch 1 time to the next chain space (do this so your corners are even for the hexagon shape)
(Beginning Cluster, ch3, Cluster) in same space, chain 3, Cluster in next ch3sp, chain 3
(Cluster, ch3,Cluster, ch3) in each ch3sp around the granny square. Join to the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 3:
Slip Stitch 1 time to the next chain space.
(Beginning Cluster, ch3,Cluster) in same space, chain 3
Cluster in next ch3sp, ch3
*(Cluster, ch3,Cluster, ch3) in next ch3sp. Cluster in next ch3sp, ch3* 
Join to the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 4:
Slip Stitch 1 time to the next chain space.
(Beginning Cluster, ch3,Cluster) in same space, chain 3
(Cluster, ch3) in each of next 2 chain spaces
*(Cluster, ch3, Cluster) in next corner chain space, ch3
(Cluster, ch3) in each of next 2 chain spaces* 
Join to the top of the beginning chain 3

Again, the video can be found at https://youtu.be/zqbVSAYSeSY

If you want to crochet more rows just do the same as you've been doing on Rows 3 and 4. For every row you will have 1 extra chain 1 space on each side of the hexagon. So just do a Cluster then Chain 3 in each one.

IF there are ANY questions, please let me know!
Heather

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Crochet Video Tutorial: Hexagon Granny Square (traditional style)


My new Video: https://youtu.be/O0ikfaI6NOg

This is my new video. Learn how to do a Traditional style Hexagon Granny Square. If you've done a Traditional Granny Square then this will be very familiar.

At the beginning of each row you will slip stitch to the next chain 1 space. It's only 1 slip stitch, not multiple. You don't have far to go. The reason you do this is because you want your corners to be nice a crisp.  If you want to change yarns just start in any chain 1 space.

Chain 5 and join 
Size: 5 rows is 7 inches 
Hook: H/8/5.0mm (6 U.K.)

Abbreviations: 
DC - Double Crochet
ch - chain
Corner - (2dc,ch1,2dc) ch1


Round 1:
Chain 3, Do 1dc in ring, chain 1, (2dc ch1) in ring 5 times more . Join in the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 2: Slip st to next chain 1 space.  Ch 3, Do (DC, ch1, 2dc) in same space
Ch 1. Do (2dc, ch1, 2dc, ch1) in each chain 1 space.
Join in the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 3Slip st to next chain 1 space
ch3, (DC,ch1,2dc) in same space, Chain 1, 2dc in next ch1sp, chain 1,
*(2dc, ch1,2dc) ch1 in next ch1sp. 2dc in next ch1sp, ch1*  
Join in the top of the beginning chain 3

Round 4Slip st to next chain 1 space
ch3, (DC, ch1, 2dc) in same space, chain 1, (2dc in next ch1sp,ch1)x2
*Do (2dc, ch1, 2dc)ch 1 in next ch1space. Do (2dc in next ch1 sp, ch1) twice* 
Join in the top of the beginning chain 3

Continue on if you wish. For every extra row you will have 1 more chain-1-space on each side of the Hexagon.


Thursday, February 25, 2016

Video Tutorial: Triple Crochet Diagonal Scarf


Triple Crochet Diagonal Scarf/Stitch pattern
This is a great stitch pattern that ANYONE can make. It's very simple and interesting at the same time. Great for a beginner crocheter.  Check out the video, link below, and the pattern under it.


Hook Size: I
12 rows = 10.5 inches
Width: 7 inches (ch 29)
Yarn: Caron 1 pound...Tan, Blue, Cream
Gauge: 4 1/8th chains per inch and 1 1/8th  row per inch


Abbreviations:
  • TCH – Turning Chain
  • TR – Triple Crochet
  • DC – Double Crochet
  • ch3 – Chain 3
chain 29

Row 1: go into the 4th chain from the hook and do 2TR in it. *Skip 3, 1 DC in next chain, ch3, 1 TR in each of the next 3 chains* rep to last 4 then skip 3 and do 1 dc in the last chain.

Row 2: Chain 3, (counts as 1st dc) Do 2 TR in the same space as the chain 3. *skip 3TR, (1DC, ch3, 2TR) in chain 3 space. 1TR in the next DC* Repeat end with Skip 2 and 1DC in the TCH

Repeat row 2



Saturday, February 20, 2016

Crochet Video Tutorial: Crochet Traditional Granny Square 2 yarns





This is a video on how to do a Traditional Granny Square. I consider this a beginner Granny Square because you are working in chain spaces (chain 1's and corner chain 3 spaces) and not in stitches so you never have to worry if you are crocheting in the correct stitch.

Video tutorial at https://youtu.be/fkRa3A94xV0

The instructions (6 rows tota) are written 2 ways. 
The first is with repeats (* symbols) and the other below it is without.

VIDEO: https://youtu.be/fkRa3A94xV0
Hook Size: I/9/5.5mm (5 UK ) 
Size: 6 rows - 7 inches

Abbreviations:
  • ch3sp and ch1sp = Chain 3 space, Chain 1 space
  • ch = chain
  • * to * = Repeat the instructions between the asterisks
  • beg = beginning
  • dc = Double Crochet

Chain 6 and join to form a circle
Yarn A
Row 1: Ch 3, do 2 dc in the ring, ch3, (Do 3dc in the ring, ch3)x3.and join at the top of the beginning chain 3 to make the last corner.

Yarn A
Row 2: Ch 4 (the beg ch3 +ch1 -this will happen every even row) *In the next corner do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) chain 1 * repeat * to * 3 times total. In the last corner space do (3dc, ch3, 2dc). Now join in the 3rd out of the beginning chain 4 to create the final dc. finish off yarn.

Yarn B: You can weave the ends in, from row 2, while doing this row.
Row 3: join yarn in any corner ch3sp and chain 3, Do (2dc, ch3, 3dc) in the same space, chain 1, *do 3dc in next ch1sp, ch1. In the next corner space do (3dc, ch3, 3dc), ch1* repeat * to * 3 times total. Finish by doing 3dc in the next ch1sp, ch1 and join by doing a slip stitch in the top of the beginning ch3

Yarn B:
Row 4: chain 4 (the beg chain 3 + ch1) *Do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in the next corner ch3sp, chain 1 [corner made]. Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1)2 times [side made]* 3 times total.
Do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in the next corner ch3sp, chain 1 [corner made]. Do 3dc in next ch1sp, ch1. Do 2dc in next ch1sp and join with a slip stitch in the 3rd of the beginning ch4. finish off yarn.


Yarn A You can weave the ends in, from row 2, while doing this row.
Row 5: Join yarn in any corner ch3sp and chain 3. Do (2dc, ch3, 3dc) in the same space and chain 1 [corner made]. *(3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 3 times.
Do (3dc,ch3, 3dc) next corner ch3sp, ch1* repeat from * to * 3 times. Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1)3 times total. Join with a slip stitch to the top of the beg chain 3.

Yarn A
Row 6: chain 4 (beginning ch3 + ch1)
*(3dc, ch3, 3dc) in the next corner space, chain 1, (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 4 times *. Repeat * to * 3 times. Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 3 times . Do 2dc in next ch1sp and join with a slip stitch in the 3rd of the beginning ch4. finish off yarn.



Cut yarn and weave in all ends


Below are Instructions completely written out without repeats
If you don't want to weave in the ends of your yarn then weave them in as you do the next row. Hold the old yarn up against the back of your work. When you insert your hook to do the next stitch the hook will go under the tail...just like it does when you go under the "v" (the top of a stitch).
Yarn A
Row 1: Ch 3, do 2 dc in the ring, ch3,
(Do 3dc in the ring, ch3), (Do 3dc in the ring, ch3),(Do 3dc in the ring, ch3). Now join with a slip stitch to the top of the beginning chain 3 to make the last corner.

Yarn A
Row 2: Ch 4 (the beg ch3 +ch1)
In the next corner do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) chain 1
In the next corner do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) chain 1
In the next corner do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) chain 1
In the last corner space do (3dc, ch3, 2dc).
Now join in the 3rd out of the beginning chain 4 to create the final dc. finish off yarn.

Yarn B
Row 3: join yarn in any corner ch3sp and chain 3,
Do (2dc, ch3, 3dc) in the same space, chain 1,
do 3dc in next ch1sp, ch1. In the next corner space do (3dc, ch3, 3dc), ch1
do 3dc in next ch1sp, ch1. In the next corner space do (3dc, ch3, 3dc), ch1
do 3dc in next ch1sp, ch1. In the next corner space do (3dc, ch3, 3dc), ch1
Finish by doing 3dc in next ch1sp,ch1 and join doing a slip st.n the top of the beg ch3

Yarn B:
Row 4: chain 4 (the beg chain 3 + ch1)
Do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in the next corner ch3sp, chain 1 [corner made]. Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1). Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1)

Do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in the next corner ch3sp, chain 1 [corner made]. Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1). Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1)

Do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in the next corner ch3sp, chain 1 [corner made]. Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1). Do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1

Do (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in the next corner ch3sp, chain 1 [corner made]. Do 3dc in next ch1sp, ch1.

Do 2dc in next ch1sp and join with a slip stitch in the 3rd of the beginning ch4. finish off yarn.

Yarn A 
Row 5: join yarn in any corner ch3sp and chain 3,
    Do (2dc, ch3, 3dc) in the same space, chain 1, (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 3 times total
    Do (3dc,ch3, 3dc) next corner ch3sp, ch1 (CORNER)
    (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 3 times total,

    Do (3dc,ch3, 3dc) next corner ch3sp, ch1 (CORNER)
    (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 3 times total,

    Do (3dc,ch3, 3dc) next corner ch3sp, ch1 (CORNER)
    (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 3 times total and join with the top of the beginning
    chain 3
    Yarn A 
    Row 6: chain 4 (beginning ch3 + ch1)
      (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in the next corner space, chain 1,
      (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 4 times total,

      Do (3dc,ch3, 3dc) next corner ch3sp, ch1 (CORNER)
      (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 4 times total,

      Do (3dc,ch3, 3dc) next corner ch3sp, ch1 (CORNER)
      (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 4 times total,

      Do (3dc,ch3, 3dc) next corner ch3sp, ch1 (CORNER)
      (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1) 3 times

      To finish do 2dc in the next ch1sp and join with the 3rd of the beginning chain 4
      Cut yarn

Crochet Video Tutorial: Crochet Traditional Granny Square (1 yarn)


Try this Traditional Granny Square.

This is a great beginner granny square to try out. I say that because you never have to worry about what stitch to go into. You are crocheting into chain spaces. Like the ones you see above.

Please watch the video if needed at
https://youtu.be/KXsfPGfKLos

Abbreviations:
  • ch3sp and ch1sp = Chain 3 space, Chain 1 space
  • ch = chain
  • * to * = Repeat the instructions between the asterisks
  • beg = beginning
  • dc = Double Crochet
  • Corner = (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in corner chain 3 space
Hook Size:  I/9/5.5mm (5 UK ) 
Size: 7 inches (6 rows)
Chain 6 and join to form a circle

Row 1: Ch 3, do 2 dc in the ring, ch3, (Do 3dc in the ring, ch3)x3. Join in the top of the beg chain 3 to make the last corner.


Row 2: Ch 4 (the beg ch3 +ch1) 
(The ch4 will happen on every even row from now on.)
In the next ch3space do Corner, chain 1)
In the next ch3space do Corner, chain 1)
In the next ch3space do Corner, chain 1)
In the last corner space do (3dc, ch3, 2dc). 
Now join in the 3rd out of the beginning chain 4 to create the final dc. 

Row 3: ch3, 2dc in the next ch1 space (right below the ch3). ch1, 
Corner, ch1, 3dc in next ch1space, ch1, 
Corner, ch1, 3dc in next ch1space, ch1,
Corner, ch1, 3dc in next ch1space, ch1,
Corner, ch1,  join in top of beginning chain 3

Row 4: ch4 (the beg ch3 +ch1)
do 3dc in next ch1sp, ch1
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space,ch1)x2
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space,ch1)x2
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space,ch1)x2
Corner, ch1, 2dc in last ch1space. Join in the 3rd chain of the beginning chain 4

Row 5: Chain3, Do 2dc in next ch1sp right below the ch3, ch1, 3dc in next ch1space, ch1,
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space, ch1)x3
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space, ch1)x3
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space, ch1)x3
Corner, ch1, 3dc in last ch1sp. ch1 and join in the top of the beginning chain 3.

Row 6ch4 (the beg ch3 +ch1) 
do (3dc in next ch1sp, ch1)x2
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space, ch1)x4
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space, ch1)x4
Corner, ch1, (3dc in next ch1space, ch1)x4
Corner, ch1, 3dc in next ch1sp. ch1, 2dc in last chspace. 
Join in the 3rd chain of the beginning chain 4




Thursday, October 29, 2015

Crochet Video Tutorial: Crochet Star Stitch (aka Daisy Stitch)



Below is a very popular Crochet stitch called the Star Stitch. Some call it the daisy stitch. It's quite easy when you get the hang of it. The video will be up in the afternoon of 10/29/15.
This pattern alternates with a row of HDC's. I'm calling it Version 2 because Version 1 uses ALL Star Stitches.

Use an odd number of chains for this pattern. 

I HOOK SIZE
chain 19  is 4 inches wide. 7 rows is 3.5 inches tall
So Gauge is 4 ¾ chains per inch, and 2 rows per inch

J HOOK SIZE:
chain 19 is 4 1/4 chains per inch, and 1 3/4th rows per inch

J Hook For 7 inches wide, chain 30


Stitches:
Beginning Star: You are going to work into the 2nd and 1st chains that are part of the chain 3 you did at the beginning of this row so..................
  • Insert the hook into the 2nd chain of the chain 3, YO and pull thru (keep 2 loops on the hook).
  • Insert the hook into the 1st chain of the chain 3, YO and pull thru (keep 3 loops on the hook).
  • Insert the hook into the 1st SC, YO and pull thru (keep 4 loops on the hook).
  • Insert the hook into the next SC, YO and pull thru (keep 5 loops on the hook).
  • Insert the hook into the next SC, YO and pull thru all 6 loops.
Star Stitch:
  • Insert hook into the chain 1 just made, YO and pull thru (2 loops)
  • Insert the hook into the last loop of the previous Star stitch. YO and pull thru (3 loops)
  • Insert the hook into where the previous Star stitch was made. YO and pull thru (4 loops)
  • Insert the hook into the next SC, YO and pull thru (5 loops)
  • Insert the hook into the next SC, YO and pull thru all 6 loops.

Row 1: sc across the row
Row 2: ch3, Do Beginning Star, ch1, *Star stitch, ch1* when you have 1 chain left do 1HDC in it. (11 stars)
Row 3: ch2, DO 2hdc in each ch1 sp from previous row , when you have 1 last stitch (not including the TCH) do 1 sc in it and also in the TCH. (24 hdc done).
Row 4: ch3, Beginning Star ch1, *Star stitch, ch1* when you get to the last stitch do 1HDC in it. 

Repeat rows 3 and 4.

Let me know if you have any questions!
Heather