This pattern is a good opportunity to get rid of your leftover yarn. Choose a light main color and combine it with a dark red or green to create a star family.
Either use it for a decoration or place it on top of a neatly wrapped present… I´m so curious how you will use the star.
If you ever managed the decreases for a hat, this pattern will be easy for you to knit. If you never tried brioche before, maybe this little project is a good challenge. So don´t be afraid of brioche knitting any longer. You don´t have to be.
The star can be knit in multiple sizes by changing needle size and gauge; Block the finished star aggressively, pinning out each point as much as possible to smooth stitches and to sharp the points.
Follow the directions for a alternative br4stdec, without using a cable needle – you can do it.
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The directions for a six-pointed star are written in parentheses.
From point to point 6 “/ 15 cm
Altogether 55 yards / 40m of DK weight yarn for the shown size
Shown yellow / red star was knit with Hedgehog Merino DK (100% Merino, 219 yards, 200m /100g) in Pollen (MC) and Poison (CC)
Size 4 US / 3,5mm 16” / 40cm circular and dpns or long circular for preferred method of working small circumferences in the rnd
darning needle for weaving in ends, cable needle
20 sts, 24 rounds = 4” / 10cm in blocked brioche stitch
TECHNIQUES cast on, k, p, Brk, Brp, br4stdec, sl2kp