Crochet traditional jasmine Stitch

Jasmine stitch it’s made with: chain stitch, double crochet and treble crochet.

It looks great on silk thread, macrame, rustic cotton and cashmilon wool. It is widely used in accessories for women.

Realization:

Work a chain base of odd stitches

1°r: stung on 7° ch and 3 incomplete d.c. closed together. *3 ch (to replace 1° incomplete d.c.) and 2 incomplete d.c. stung on 1° ch. 3 incomplete d.c. stung on same place where you crocheted first 3 d.c. closed together. Skip 3 ch and 3 incomplete d.c. stung on next ch. With 1 loop, close all stitches in the needle* rep. from * to * across all the r. and finish it with 3 ch (to replace 1° incomplete d.c.) and 2 incomplete d.c. stung on 1° ch. 3 incomplete d.c. stung on same place where you crocheted first 3 d.c. closed together. With 1 loop, close all stitches in the needle. 1 ch, skip 1 ch, 1 t.r. stung on last ch.

2°r: 6 ch and 2 incomplete d.c. stung on 4° ch. 3 incomplete d.c. stung on t.r. and 3 incomplete d.c. stung in the middle of flower. With a loop, close all the stitches in the needle.* rep. from * to * across all the r. and finish it with 3 ch (to replace 1° incomplete d.c.) 2 incomplete d.c. stung on 1° ch. 3 incomplete d.c. stung on same place where you crocheted first 3 d.c. closed together. With 1 loop, close all stitches in the needle. 1 ch, skip 1 ch, 1 t.r. stung on last ch.

Rep. always 2°r.

References
r.: row
ch.: chain stitch
rep.: repeat
d.c.: double crochet
t.r.: treble crochet


Video tutorial traditional jasmine stitch


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