Jasmine Crochet Stitch Tutorial


Jasmine Crochet Stitch Tutorial

Learn how to crochet the jasmine stitch with these fun step-by-step instructions!

Jasmine Crochet Stitch Tutorial

The Jasmine Crochet Stitch is a popular stitch that you can make by connecting several puff stitches to create beautiful tessellated flower or star-shaped patterns.

Crochet stitches are eye-catching, especially the Jasmine Stitch which can be used to create napkins, jackets, vests, clutch bags, table cloths, blankets, and many other fancy crochet products. 

In this Jasmine Stitch tutorial,  we'll show you step-by-step how to crochet the Jasmine Stitch from scratch. Once you get the hang of it, you can go ahead and use the Jasmine stitches to create anything you desire. Let’s now dive into the details of how to create a Jasmine Stitch.

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  1. Measuring tape
  2. 3.25 mm crochet hook (size 3 T-rose)
  3. Sport weight yarn (2/fine), such as BABYM yarn, 45g
  4. Scissors

Fig 2: Jasmine Stitch Materials

Yarn Colors

  1. Navy blue (2 pieces or skeins)
  2. Red (2 pieces or skeins)
  3. Tint green (2 pieces or skeins)


  1. L. Length
  2. W. Width
  3. SK. Slip Knot
  4. CH. Chain
  5. REP. Repeat
  6. YO. Yarn Over
  7. PU. Pull Up
  8. PS. Puff Stitch
  9. TPS. Total Puff Stitches
  10. FPS. Foundation Puff Stitch
  11. JS. Jasmine Stitch
  12. TJS. Total Jasmine Stitches


Fig 3: Crochet Jasmine Stitch Finished Swatch
Fig 4: Crochet Jasmine Stitch Finished Swatch

  1. Length. 11 inches. 
  2. Width. 9.5 inches. 
  3. Rows. 15.
  4. FPS. 15 and 1 row.
  5. JS. 15.
  6. TPS.15×1=15.
  7. TJS. 15×15 = 225.
  8. REP. Row 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9,10, 12, 13,14,15.

Start With a Foundation Puff Stitch

Fig 5: Jasmine Stitch Foundation

To make a Jasmine stitch, we’ll start by making foundation puff stitches. The puff stitch is also used to create the turning stitch when starting a new row.

Step 1

Make an SK with two strands of tint green yarn, then make two foundation CH. Next, PU the loop on your crochet hook to about 1 inch. All other loops on the FPS should also be PU to 1 inch.

Fig 6: Jasmine Stich Step #1
Fig 7: Jasmine Stich Step #2

Step 2

YO (6 loops on your crochet hook), then insert the crochet hook into the same CH, YO, PU a loop, and yarn over (10 loops on your crochet hook). Next, insert the crochet hook into the same CH, YO, and PU the loop to get 14 loops on your crochet hook.

Fig 8: Jasmine Stitch Step #3
Fig 9: Jasmine Stitch Step #4

Step 3

Use your thumb and middle finger to hold back the last loop on your hook then draw the loop through all 16 loops on your hook, holding the last strand from the previous step. Now, SC into the last loop in your middle finger CH 1.

Fig 10: Jasmine Stitch Step #5
Fig 11: Jasmine Stitch Step #6
Fig 12: Jasmine Stitch Step #7

Step 4

Make another FPS on CH 1, then more FPS up to 11 inches in length (15 PS in all). Your row 1 of FPS is now ready.

Fig 13: Jasmine Stitch Foundation

Make a Jasmine Stitch

To create the Jasmine Stitch, you'll start with the row of FPS you've just made.

Step 1 

Add one more PS to the FPS, then make another PS, but do not PU the last loop through. To complete the stitch, keep the 16 loops on the hook, insert the crochet hook in the previous PS CH, and PU the loop. Continue making a PS, do not PU the last loop through.

Fig 14: Jasmine Stitch Step #8
Fig 15: Jasmine Stitch Step #9

Step 2

Make another PS in the next PS CH (16+16+16 = 48 loops) on the crochet hook then finish the Jasmine Stitch by holding back the last loop. Pull through all 48 loops, making it 52 loops in total. Bring it through one puff at a time, make SC and CH 1. One JS is now ready.

Fig 16: Jasmine Stitch Step #10
Fig 17: Jasmine Stitch Step #11
Fig 18: Jasmine Stitch Step #12

Row 1

Add 14 more JS to the end of the row to make 15 JS. Insert your hook on the CH 2 to complete the JS. 

Row 2 

Start a new row by making 1 FPS to enable you to create the turning stitch, then create 15 JS as in row 1. 

Row 3

REP. row 2.

Row 4 

REP. row 2. 

Row 5

REP. row 2.

Fig 19: Jasmine Stitch Step #13

Row 6
Add the two strands of navy blue yarn then REP row 2.

Fig 20: Jasmine Stitch Step #14
Fig 21: Jasmine Stitch Step #15

Row 7
REP row 2.

Row 8

REP. row 2.

Row 9

REP. row 2.

Row 10

REP. row 2.

Fig 22: Jasmine Stitch Step #16
Fig 23: Jasmine Stitch Step #17


Row 11

Add two strands of red yarn, REP. row 2.

Row 12
REP. row 2.

Row 13

REP. row 2.

Row 14

REP. row 2.

Row 15

Rep. row 2.

Fig 24: Crochet Jasmine Stitch Finished Swatch
Fig 25: Crochet Jasmine Stitch Finished Swatch

You should now have a 15-row JS that is roughly 11 inches long and 9.5 inches wide.

 TJS 15×15 = 225.

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