First, use your favorite fusible product to fuse fabric front and back to card stock. Make the pieces approximately 6 1/2" square, so you have room to trim to a perfect 6" square after fusing. Next, cut the 6" square into twelve strips 1/2" wide. I have one rotary cutter that is marked and only used for paper and crafts - don't use your best cutter!
Next, begin a front and back by weaving 3 x 3 strips. Leave about 1/8" space between each strip and glue (ordinary white glue) all the intersections. Wait for this step to dry.
This next step is where I got confused. I had to look up woven stars on "Google" images to see which way to make the twist. You'll need to clip these twisted corners to keep them in place until they are dry. I used my new Wonder Clips. Once again, wait until the glue is dry.
Now you have two identical pieces. Place them back to back with the center bowed out. Slip a straight end through a glued point and glue it in place. Clip to hold. Repeat all the way around, four on one side and four on the other side. Almost done.
When everything is dry, go back and trim the points. Add a hanging string.