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Updated May 20, 2024

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Learn to crochet the Jasmine Stitch with this FREE pattern and video tutorial. The Jasmine Stitch is perfect for those who love texture and depth to your crochet stitches. This stitch is perfect for cushions, blankets and accessories such as cowls, scarves and mitts.

Jasmine Stitch
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Pattern notes

  • Written in UK terms
  • This pattern gives you the basic principles for the Jasmine stitch, designed to help you create your own projects.
  • Video tutorial can be found at the base of the post.

Crochet Terms

Stitch(s): St(s)

Chain(s): Ch(s): Yarn over and pull up a loop.

Foundation Puff Stitch(s): fps(s): Pull up a loop (around 2 cm), yarn over and insert into indicated space, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (3 loops on the hook) yarn over and insert into same space, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (5 loops on the hook) Pinch working yarn to secure, yarn over an pull through all 5 loops on the hook. Insert hook into pinched stitch, yarn over and pull through (2 loops on the hook) yarn over and pull through 2 loops on the hook.

Turning Puff Stitch(s): tps(s): Pull up a loop (around 2 cm), yarn over and insert into top of last stitch from previous row, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (3 loops on the hook) yarn over and insert into same space, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (5 loops on the hook) Pinch working yarn to secure, yarn over an pull through all 5 loops on the hook. Insert hook into pinched stitch, yarn over and pull through (2 loops on the hook) yarn over and pull through 2 loops on the hook.

Puff Stitch Cluster(s): pscl(s): Pull up a loop (around 2 cm), yarn over and insert into top of last stitch from previous row, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (3 loops on the hook) yarn over and insert into same space, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (5 loops on the hook). Yarn over and insert into the next space, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (7 loops on the hook) yarn over and insert into same space, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (9 loops on the hook) Yarn over and insert into the next space, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (11 loops on the hook) yarn over and insert into same space, yarn over, pull up a loop to the same height (13 loops on the hook) Pinch working yarn to secure, yarn over an pull through all 13 loops on the hook. Insert hook into pinched stitch, yarn over and pull through (2 loops on the hook) yarn over and pull through 2 loops on the hook.

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Jasmine Stitch Pattern

Foundation: ch 1, fcs starting in ch-1 sp.  Continue to build using fcs until you reach your desired width

Row 1: Psc across.

Row 2: Work a tcs, psc across.

Repeat row 2 until you reach your desired height.

Fasten off. Sew in Ends

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jasmine stitch

I know this stitch may seem a little confusing at first, however, don’t forget about the video tutorials at the base of the post. PLUS, here are some images to help you along!

This is what your foundation puff stitch row will look like

The image below is indicating where you will be placing your stitches when creating your puff cluster stitches onto the foundation puff row.


The image below shows you where you will be placing your stitches on every row after the initial row 1

This photo shows how the ’13 stitches on the hook’ will look like on your hook for the puff cluster stitch.

Completion of Foundation and Row 1

Video Tutorials


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8 Comments

  • clairemack
    October 13, 2019 at 1:41 pm

    Hi Sarah-Jayne , Is the Jasmine stitch in counts of 3 ? So when making the foundation make it 3+3+3 puff stitches etc ? I hope I’m making sense lol

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  • Karen Boucher
    October 18, 2019 at 1:21 am

    Hi Sarah-Jayne
    What size chain do you start with and what is the multiple to make it wider?
    Thank you

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    • BellaCocoTeam
      October 22, 2019 at 6:37 pm

      Hi Karen

      With jasmine stitch you don’t make a chain as you normally would, you begin by making a series of puff stitches and increase until you reach the desired width. You can find the written info on my blog here: https://blog.bellacococrochet.com/jasmine-stitch/ which has the video tutorial at the bottom – you may find it makes more sense once you have watched the video. Hope this helps 🙂

      Reply
  • Krystel Van Wormer
    July 2, 2020 at 2:05 am

    I’m wondering how or in what place you would add more yarn? I’m almost finished with one skein and don’t want to use a knot or make an extra thick spot in the pattern. Help would be appreciated!

    Reply
    • BellaCocoTeam
      July 2, 2020 at 5:44 pm

      It’s best to change yarn once you reach the end of a row – as you are making the very last part of a stitch just pull through the new yarn. I have a tutorial which shows you how to do this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaIuAWV2BA4&t=186s (even though the video shows a different stitch, the principle is the same) You would then just sew the ends in and it shouldn’t be noticeable at all.

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  • Steph
    May 23, 2021 at 9:18 pm

    Gah, what a beautiful stitch! So pleased to realize it’s actually quite simple after watching the tutorial. Thank you!

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  • Carly
    October 21, 2022 at 7:46 pm

    How many puffs would you do on your foundation stitch for a blanket?

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    • BellaCocoTeam
      October 27, 2022 at 10:37 am

      HI Carly The best way to work this out is to crochet a small swatch. For example, if you make a small sample with twenty puffs in the foundation, you can then measure this and use it to work out how many to do for a full size blanket

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