Well I was stuck on the couch today with a super cute baby napping on me, and my crochet stuff within reach and this is what happened...
Hook size: E (Yes it says F on Ravelry, but I realized I put the wrong size and can't figure out how to change it! OOPS! The smaller needle makes for a tighter ornament with better points. If you use a bigger needle it get floppier)
Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver
Gauge: Not important (woohoo!)
Ch 4 and join with first chain to make loop.
Rd 1: ch 2, HDC in sm stitch and 2 HDC in each stitch around, join to 2nd ch of ch2
Rd 2: ch 2, HDC in sm stitch, *1 HDC in next stitch, 2 HDC in next stitch* Repeat ** around. Join in 2nd ch of ch2.
Rd 3: *Slip stitch 1st stitch, sl st 2nd stitch, (sc, hdc, ch 2, hdc, sc) in next stitch* (I did not make a picot if you are wondering, I just let the ch2 be it's own space, I noticed on Ravelry someone said theirs turned out more like a flower. If you want it to look like a star just try ch3, sl st in 1st ch of ch 3, instead of ch2. I haven't done this myself, but will try to later today). Repeat ** around. Join in first sl st. Here I chained 14 and sl st in the sm stitch to use to hang the ornament. You can use a metal ornament hook instead or you can loop some ribbon in one of the ch 2 spaces and use this as a gift topper. Whatever takes your fancy!
You could whip up a ton of these as fast as you can! Feel free to give or sell the finished project but please don't sell the pattern. It is free for everyone's enjoyment! I do not have a pattern tester so if you find a flaw let me know and I will correct it. Hope you enjoy!