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Watch how to crochet the lace flower star stitch (video & written instructions)

This delicate lacy pattern is just right for spring-like shawls, throws and dainty scarves.
Made up of chains and trebles, it looks impossibly fragile and complex but won't take you long to crochet up.
Watch the lace flower star stitch video:
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Materials
The lace flower star stitch is an intricate and pretty design that looks best crocheted in a light to medium weight yarn. In a chunkier yarn, the stitch will look clumsy. This stitch would lend itself perfectly to a variegated yarn, giving you all the drama of color changes without the need to weave in lots of ends. Check your manufacturer's band for hook size suggestions. You will also need a pair of scissors and a tapestry needle to finish off.
Abbreviations
ch chain
sc single crochet
sk skip
sp space
st(s) stitch(es)
tr treble
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Written instructions
This stitch is worked in multiples of ten, plus one for turning.
Row 1: Once you have sufficient chains for your foundation, plus one, place your finger on your last st and ch 6, then put one tr in the ch where you put your finger. Ch 3. Sk 4 ch and 1sc into 5th ch. Ch 3, sk 4 ch and put one tr into 5th ch. Ch5 and put 1 tr in same ch as before. Now *ch 3, sk 4 ch, put 1 sc into 5th ch. Ch3, sk 4 sts, 1 tr into 5th ch, ch 5 and 1 tr into same ch as before* and continue until end of row, with a tr into last ch of row, ch 2 and another tr into same ch. Ch 1 and turn.
Row 2: ch 3, then 1 tr into 1sc of previous row. Ch 5 and 1 tr into same ch. Ch 3 and 1 sc into ch5 sp of previous row. Ch 3 and 1 tr into sc of previous row, ch 5 and 1 tr into same ch. Ch 3, 1sc into ch5 sp of previous row, and repeat to the end of the row. Finish row with 1 sc in the ch6 sp from previous row.
Keep repeating rows 1 and 2 until the project reaches your desired length.
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