CROCHET: Star Christmas Ornaments (DIY Ornaments)

Updated: Feb 5

Hello, hi & welcome back! Today I'm excited to share my crochet pattern for these adorable Star Ornaments! They are super quick with just two rounds and make the perfect gift or budget Christmas decor! I love the cozy minimalist style of these ornament and the handmade touch.

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  • Chain

  • SC - Single Crochet

  • HDC- Half Double Crochet

  • DC - Double Crochet

  • Slip Stitch

Crochet Star Ornament Pattern:

Round 1: In a magic circle, chain 1, SC 10, pull magic circle tight, slip stitch into the first SC of the round

Round 2:

We will repeat the following steps 5 times to make the five points of the star:

  • Chain 5, SC in the 3rd chain from your hook, HDC, DC (this makes 1 point)

  • To join the point to the base, skip 1 SC on the base of the round and sl st into the next stitch

  • Repeat

After the last stitch, chain 1 and tie off pulling through that chain 1 to secure.

Weave the ends into the back where you can make sure that center of your magic circle is pulled tight and tie the two ends together to keep it secure. Then trim any excess yarn.

Snowflake Button:

The wooden buttons are absolutely adorable! I found them on Amazon and the link is above in the materials section. You could use any button you like to make this project unique.

Using a traditional needle and thread, we'll stitch our button onto the center of the star.


I chose to use simple jute to hang my stars for the organic feel, but you could easily hang them with yarn or ribbon.

I hope you have enjoyed creating with me!

(I'd love to see your creations! Tag me on Instagram @heathercorinne_ or Facebook @heathercorinnecrochets)

(You are welcome to make and sell items using my patterns but please do not use my pattern and/or pictures and claim them as your own creations. I ask that you please clearly credit the design to me and provide a link back to my pattern. Permission is not granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind.)

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