SIMPLE STAR PATTERN
US Terms UK terms in brackets
sock yarn and a 3mm hook
DK and a 4mm hook
Aran 5mm hook
For a 6 point star (Hexagon)
Magic circle or ch 4 and join with sl st into a circle
ROUND 1: continue in first col. ch2 counts as first dc [tr] to begin each round or do a dc [tr] standing start,
12dc [12tr], into circle, sl st to complete, [12dc, (12tr)]
ROUND 2: att. next colour in any st, 2dc [2tr], in the 1st st, ch3, miss a st, 2dc [2tr], in the next st, ch3 miss a st, 2dc [2tr], in the next st, ch2, continue until you have 6 loops, sl st, to complete [6 ch3 loops]
ROUND 3: 3dc [3tr], ch3, 3dc [3tr], in each ch3 loop, miss a st, sl st to anchor in sp, between the 2dc [2tr], of previous round, repeat for all start point, sl st to complete.
JOIN AS YOU GO
Use the second of the ch3 sts, as a sl st to join the next star to the first repeat joining on 2 points in a row of 12 or more stars, then add stars to both sides of the middle row
close up of the tiny squares..
mini daisy would work for a scarf too but in squares
A few fill-ins for the Daisy Granny Square
The Mini Star scarf has made a lovely Christmas pressie and not taken too long to make, a few of these for Santa may be!
Never though l would enjoy making something so fiddly and tiny either
Thanks Sophie Digard for the inspiration
Hows this for a back yard?
Netley Interiors...where l went to get the paint...they live there as well as it being their business
Hugs to all x