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Crochet Brioche Six Point Star Ornament

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We are going to learn How to Crochet Brioche Six Point Star Ornament. Christmas is around the corner and even if it’s going to be different this year because of the pandemic, there’s still some time to get prepared. These beautiful stars can be great stocking fillers, additional small gifts decorations on your Christmas Tree or a bunting: the possibilities are endless!

You can use your finished stars for cards, to decorate your gifts, Christmas tree or table or make a whole bunch and join them into a garland!

Crocheting your own Christmas ornaments and decorations is a lovely way to get into the festive spirit and you’ll have some great decorations which will be full of meaning when you hang them on your tree each year. Specifically, you can add something unique and special to your Christmas tree with handmade crochet ornaments. Once you have made these, you’ll want to take them out again year after year to fill your home with the crafty love that went into making them in the first place.

Written Instruction

Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project.

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