One of my favorite crochet stitches is the Jasmine Star Stitch. When I first taught myself to crochet I waited until I felt comfortable with simple stitches and then I jumped right into learning this beautiful stitch. Since then I have been obsessed! It takes a little concentration and patience but the end result is a show stopper, jaw-dropping result. 

A lot of patterns call for various amounts of yarn overs in creating the puff or petal of the jasmine star stitch. In this tutorial, I used three yarn overs which is what it calls for in my Aloha Placemat Pattern. The same techniques are applied for the jasmine star stitch, just pay attention to how many yarn overs are called for in the pattern.

If you’re curious who made my beautiful hand-carved/painted crochet hook, my friend Roux at Hand Carved Hook by Roux Studios made it! It was custom made and painted just for me!

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Here’s what I used in this tutorial:

Materials: 

Abbreviations:   

ch = chain 

puff stitch = puff stitch with 3 yarn overs 

YO – yarn over

sl st = Slip Stitch   

Helpful Video: 

Row 1: Ch 2, going into first chain, puff stitch with 3 YO, YO and pinch yarn before inserting through all loops. 

Pull yarn through all loops and going back where you are pinching yarn insert hook, pull yarn through. YO and sc.  

This is how to create one petal of the Jasmine Stitch. Repeat 6 times. You will have 7 single petals.  

Row 2: You will now be starting the repeating sequence of the Jasmine Stitch by working back onto petals you just created. Going into top of the petal you just made, puff stitch, going into the space in petal before puff stitch,  

and going into space in petal before that petal puff stitch. You will have a total of 19 loops on your hook. 

YO and pinch yarn before inserting through all loops. Pull yarn through all loops and going back where you are pinching yarn insert hook, pull yarn through.

YO and sc.  Repeat 3 clusters of puff stitch to end of row. 

On the last puff, you go into the 1st ch-1 you worked into in at the very beginning. You will have 6 clusters. Turn work.

Row 3: Ch 1, going into the last sc you made, puff stitch, YO and pinch yarn before inserting through all loops. Pull yarn through all loops and going back where you are pinching yarn insert hook, pull yarn through. YO and pull through both loops on your hook, sc.  *Going into top of the petal you just made, puff stitch, going into the space in petal before puff stitch, and going into space in petal before that petal puff stitch. YO and pinch yarn before inserting through all loops. Pull yarn through all loops and going back where you are pinching yarn insert hook, pull yarn through. YO and, sc.* Repeat * to * to end of row. You will have 6 clusters. Turn work. Repeat Row 3. Leave a tail to sew in and fasten off.  

If you loved this tutorial, you can use it in my E-Book Simple Kitchen where you can also find the pattern for Aloha Placemats HERE!

 

You can also Pin this tutorial for later HERE!

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March 2, 2020

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