Bright Star Crochet Pattern & Online Course
Includes left and right handed video tutorials, plus a printable pattern.
Grab a cuppa and sparkle while crocheting stars with soft merino wool. It’s a lovely way to nourish your soul and make something beautiful for your home.
The Bright Star can be used for many things, at Christmas and throughout the year. Maybe you’ll use it to decorate your Christmas table, hang it on your front door, on the walls of your hallway or to decorate your child’s room?
About the design:
With some crochet patterns, the design comes to life in what feels like an instant and it must be released straight away. With others, it comes to life slowly and it needs time before being released.
The Bright Star crochet pattern is the second type. I came up with the design last year when I was putting together the Chunky Stars pattern. I made a prototype and some hasty scribbles on a piece of paper and that was it.
The prototype hung on the hallway of my Geelong apartment for most of the year. I absolutely loved it, but it didn’t feel like it was the right time to bring the pattern to life. Now that the new Daisy Yellow Homelea Bliss has arrived, Bright Star is ready to go out into the world!
The Bright Star is 35cm (14in) by 35cm (14in), and 1.5cm (0.6in) thick.
Intermediate skill level:
I recommend this pattern if you’ve done some crocheting before, and am comfortable following instructions where the stitches used are changing a lot.
Easy-to-follow video tutorials:
This kit includes a full crochet pattern, chart and online course (with right and left handed videos) that takes you step by step through what to do. It’s like I’m sitting beside you, showing you what to do.
You will need:
- 15.75mm (Q) crochet hook
- 300g skein of Homelea Bliss merino wool yarn or 60m of a yarn that is 1cm (0.4in) thick
- 1 stitch marker
- tape measure or ruler
I know you’re going to love crocheting the Bright Star!
With love, Lynda.
How do I access the video tutorials and crochet pattern?
You will receive a link to access this crochet pattern and video tutorials in your order confirmation email. You can also access it from your Homelea Lass account.
Find out how to access your Homelea Lass crochet patterns here.
- detailed video tutorials showing how to make and finish the entire Bright Star for both right and left handed people
- simple, step by step instructions
- crochet chart
- crochet pattern pdf in UK and US terminology
What terminology is the crochet pattern in?
The included crochet pattern is written in UK and US crochet terminology, and the video uses both terminologies (with how to do each stitch explained in detail).
A crochet chart is included in the online crochet pattern.
The pattern is able to be viewed online, or downloaded and printed.