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Star blanket pattern

I haven’t made one of these for a little while but I really enjoy the simplicity of them. The Ice Yarns that I use for mine makes for a really effective pattern with little effort so I really hope others will enjoy this fun pattern too.

The pattern has been written using US crochet terms.

You will need:

4mm crochet hook

2 to 3 balls of Ice Yarns Magic DK in your favourite colour

Abbreviations 

slst- slip stitch

ch- chain

st(s)- stitch (es)

sk- skip

dc- double crochet

sp- space

rnd- round

Gauge

Approximately 20 sts per 4″ across the row

Pattern

1: In to a magic loop, ch3 (this counts as your first DC), dc, *ch3, 2dc* rep ** 4 times, ch3, dc, join to top of ch3. You should have 5 sets of 2 dc with a 3ch space between each.

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2: Slst to ch sp, (ch3, 2dc, ch3, 3dc) in to ch sp, (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in to next 4 ch sp, join to the top of your first ch3.

3-6: Sl to next st, ch3, *dc until you reach the ch sp, (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in to ch sp, dc to 1 before the bottom of your star point sk next 2 st* (this creates the little line of holes between each point) repeat ** around, join to the top of ch3 with slst.

7- end: Sl to next st, ch3, *dc until you reach the ch sp, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in to ch sp, dc to 1 before the bottom of your star point sk next 2 st* (this creates the little line of holes between each point) repeat ** around, join to the top of ch3 with slst. You can just keep repeating this round until the star is as big as you like.

Weave in the ends, block and enjoy.

As usual please let me know if you have any issues and don’t forget to link your projects on Ravelry.

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