This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to do the Jasmine Stitch. This crochet stitch uses puff stitches to create a star stitch or flower stitch.
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Jasmine Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern
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For this project you’ll need:
HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US
YARN: 1 skein of worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU
100 grams / 3.5. oz
240 meters / 262 yards
ch = Chain
sl st = Slip Stitch
st = Stitch
sk = Skip
beg = beginning
YO = Yarn Over
Puff stitch Cluster – Done by yarning over and pulling up loops through the stitch for amount of times called for, then pulling through all loops.
* = Repeat what is in between the stars for the rest of the row
RIGHT HANDED VERSION
LEFT HANDED VERSION
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Ch 1 and pull up your yarn a little bit, * YO and insert your hook into ch 1. * repeat one more time giving you 5 loops on your hook. YO but hold the bottom of the yarn before pulling it through your 5 loops, this will create a loop. No insert your hook into this newly made loop and sl st through this loop and the loop on your hook. Ch 1. First Puff stitch cluster done. Now repeat this full step again until you have the desired width of your project your making. 7 clusters makes a good scarf size.
This picture below shows the repeat for your second cluster.
Once you have your desired width. Ch 1 and create your cluster again, only this time do not pull through all 5 loops. Instead go into the ch 1 stitch that you previously used to make your cluster PLUS the created loop you made. You will use both of those to work yout next cluster in. Create your as follows: * YO, insert into ch 1 and loop stitch, pull up a loop * repeat 2 more times giving you 6 loops on your hook. Then repeat how you made this last cluster but move down to in front of the next set of clusters and use this ch 1 and loop stitch to create your next one as shown in picture 16.
Now that you have 17 loops on your hook (picture 17) now hold your finger next to your work ( picture 18) and pull through all 17 loops. You can take 6 loops at a time as shown in the video tutorial to make it easier. Then sl st through the loop you created with your finger, and the one on your hook. Ch 1.
Now pull up your loop again to make your first cluster of 5 loops, YO and go into the previous stitch you just worked in to create your 2nd cluster set (picture 23) then for your 3rd cluster use the ch 1 and loop st as before to create your final cluster. (picture 25 & 26)
Now hold your finger next to your work again to create the loop (picture 27) and pull through all 17 loops, then sl st in new created loop and loop on your hook.
Ch 1 and start your next cluster of 5 loops (picture 28) and repeat process. Work your very last cluster of row and ch 1 and turn. (see video if you need help)
To begin a row you will always start it the same.
Ch 1, pull up a bit, YO and insert your hook into the ch 1 and pull up a loop. 3 loops on your hook. Put your finger to create the loop, and pull through loops, then slip stitch in new loop and loop on hook. It’s what you were already doing, just a half cluster.
*Then pull up your loop and create a regular 5 loop beginning cluster (picture 32) then YO and go into the first stitch of row (picture 33) and create your 2nd cluster, then YO and insert your hook into next center of clusters (picture 34) to finish your last cluster. Hold finger next to stitch to create your loop and pull through all 17 loops. Then sl st in new created loop and loop on your hook. Ch 1 * Repeat for row.
REPEAT ROW 2 until you reach desired size.
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