These 20 shooting star crochet patterns are so fun and I have so many ideas now. Great for so many different projects for the holidays and more.
Star crochet patterns will suit a variety of styles and occasions throughout your home, whether it be specifically for festive Christmas decorations or even as some cute little additions to a nursery.
Star patterns are great for using up leftover bits of yarn or even if you’re new to crocheting and looking for some simplistic patterns to follow to produce some beautiful creations.
So if you’re a newbie to crocheting or you’re just looking for some new patterns to try out, then keep on reading to discover 20 beautiful star crochet patterns.
But, before you shoot off to find your next crochet project, be sure to pin this fun star crochet pattern collection to your favorite project ideas board on Pinterest so you can find it again later when you’re ready for more stars!
20 Shooting Star Crochet Patterns
Simple Star Ornaments | Stitching Together
Such an easy pattern and makes such a beautiful star shape. All it needs is a string at the top and you have beautiful ornaments for the tree or a nursery mobile, wall hanging or garland!
Source: Stitching Together
Baby Star Bunting Pattern | ShelleysCrochetOle
This pattern doubles as both a cute baby snoozing outfit or even as a decorative piece to place in the nursery. The pattern will be able to fit babies up to 3 months old and then once you’re done you can use it for decoration.
Shelley’s instructions are super easy to follow and she has great communication with her customers to ensure they can easily download and understand the pattern.
Simple Christmas Star Ornament Pattern | TrulyCrochet
Christmas can be a super expensive time of year and often you can get sucked into buying new festive decorations each year to add to your collection and to make your house into Santa’s grotto.
This simple Christmas star ornament pattern from Truly Crochet will save you a ton of money on your Christmas tree decorations and will add a shabby chic feel to your interior. They could also be used throughout the rest of the year if you choose to use more neutral colors.
Rustic Star Ornaments | Persia Lou
Super fast to work up, these rustic star ornaments have a beautiful border that I just love. This would look so pretty in so many colors. Plus, this is a free pattern, so you can grab this and get to working at no cost (well, except for yarn and your time! LOL!).
Source: Persia Lou
Star Shaped Blanket Crochet Pattern | CarolRosa
This adorable star-shaped pattern is perfect for making into a baby’s first blanket or as a gift for someone else’s newborn. It measures around 38 inches in diameter so will serve them well throughout the early years of their life and then can even be passed on to any younger siblings.
It’s an easy pattern to follow and will be a beautiful present that’s made from the heart.
Bobble Star Blanket Crochet Pattern | BabyCrochetDesignsUK
If you’re looking for a star blanket that’s a little more complicated than the one above, then this bobble star pattern may test your abilities a bit more. The beauty of this pattern is that you can make the blanket as big as you like by working until you reach the size that you want, therefore, you can make it to suit any age.
You can use whatever colors you want but six or more colors are recommended to make this blanket as vibrant and beautiful as possible.
Star Stitch Tutorial | Crafting Happiness
This beautiful stitch is PERFECT for a blanket, hat or other cuddly creation. Also known as the daisy stitch, the star stitch is fast and easy and creates a thick, wonderful fabric that’s great for so many creations.
Source: Crafting Happiness
Star Bunting Pattern | TheMayfieldMakery
Decorating a baby’s room can easily add up in costs, however, not everything needs to be bought from the store online and you can make beautiful and easy decorations for your newborn’s room by hand.
This star bunting pattern is timeless and will be a cozy piece to hang around any window, fireplace, or bed in a room.
Star Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern | OwlBeHooked
This is a simple, modern, and gender-neutral pattern you can use to create a cute baby blanket. It would be ideal as a homemade baby gift or even a unique 1st birthday present to a friend or family member.
The pattern also comes inclusive with instructions to increase the size of the blanket so you can make it to suit a variety of ages.
Rainbow Of Stars Afghan Baby Blanket Pattern | SewSewBabyStore
This rainbow of stars afghan baby blanket pattern would make an incredible present to someone or be used within your own home. You’ll be able to use whatever colors you like for the stars depending on if you’re sticking to a color theme or if you want it as colorful as possible.
The pattern is suited for crocheters with intermediate skills and may be a little more challenging for those who’ve not taken on a project of this size before.
Serious the Crochet Star Pillow Pattern | 1DogWoof
The shape of this particular star reminds me of a starfish, it’s so long-armed. Plus, it is worked in the round (for the most part) which is fantastic and fun. Plus, it’s pink and giving me Patrick vibes, so I love it already!
Stellar Star Pillow Crochet Pattern | OneStopWonders
This Stellar Star pillow crochet pattern from OneStopWonders is a great one for beginners to learn from as it involves basic beginners stitches.
These pillows would make a great addition to any room in the home and having a couple in festival colors would be ideal to swap out during Christmas time.
It even comes with a guide on how to make your own pillow insert which will prevent you from having to go out and buy one.
Crochet Star Baby Mobile Pattern | PatternsByTxN
This cute crochet star baby mobile pattern will be the perfect homemade decoration to complete your newborn’s bedroom.
The 4 page PDF for the pattern will include many photos and detailed instructions to help you recreate this piece yourself. The seller is also open to questions and communicating with customers regarding the pattern, so if you get stuck then you’ll be able to get a helping hand.
The pattern is suitable for beginners with basic skills in working with yarn and those who know how to increase.
Festival Decorate Christmas Star Pattern | LiliaCraftParty
If you want to make a statement with your Christmas dining table, then why not recreate this festive Christmas star potholder pattern. It’ll be a perfect solution to prevent the roasting tin from burning your table and will also look incredibly festive.
The pattern is easy to follow due to the detailed instructions included and also step-by-step photos to help you understand what each stage should look like.
The seller offers full-time assistance with any of their patterns so if you require some help then just shoot them a message.
Night Sky Star Baby Blanket Pattern | My GrandmothersStitch
This night sky star baby blanket pattern is a lot different from other star blanket patterns we’ve come across and offers a more subtle yet unique way to incorporate stars into a design.
The blanket will soon measure 35 inches in length, which is perfect for a baby or toddler, but there are no instructions to increase the size of the pattern to fit older children.
The pattern is inspired by Peter Pan when he would fly out amongst the stars during the night.
Star Blanket Pattern | YouSayICrochet
If you’re looking to create a colorful yet simple blanket, then you should try your hand at this YouSayICrochet one. It’s easy to follow and great for beginners who want to create something big but that still looks great.
Clear directions are included if you want to make the blanket any bigger or smaller than what the pattern instructs.
Lucky Star Pot Holder Pattern | LiliaCraftParty
We love this autumnal potholder pattern from LiliaCraftParty and think it’ll be the perfect companion to hold a hot pot of some spicy pumpkin soup around Halloween.
The step-by-step instructions will help you make and assemble the star and there are plenty of photos included to make the learning process easier.
Baby Moon and Star Hat Pattern | LocustTree
This baby moon and star hat pattern is the most adorable thing we’ve come across and would be perfect to make for a newborn baby photoshoot.
The pattern includes instructions for newborn all the way up to 6-12 months sizing for the hat, so you’ll be able to make another one as your baby grows.
Jewelled Star Blanket Pattern | PurpleValleyYarn
This colorful star blanket pattern would make a great throw for a baby’s cot, adult bedroom, or even as a tablecloth for your dining room.
The pattern is sent to you in an A4 full-colored printer brochure instead of a downloadable PDF and they ship to most areas of the world.