I have always loved the textured look of the star stitch, which is also known as the daisy stitch or marguerite stitch. This stitch results in a fairly solid fabric, star-like shape that radiates outward, and a nice texture without being too thick and heavy. So many people seem daunted by this stitch but it’s actually quite simple once you break down the steps, so I thought I’d put together a photo tutorial to illustrate how easy it is.
For some inspiration, I thought I’d show you a simple headband I made using Red Heart Unforgettable yard. You can find this beautiful yarn via our affiliates:
Now on to the tutorial……….
To work star stitch in rows, start with a odd number of stitches that will achieve your desired finished measurement.
Here’s a handy one page tutorial that you can print for easy access!
I can’t wait to see your finished projects,
so feel free to share them on my Facebook page!
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