This pattern is in English and is worked in US crochet terms.
This pattern is made with my version of the Jasmine stitch, explained with a lot of pictures how to begin and end a row, how to do the corner space and how increase and decrease.
It doesn't really matter which yarn you use, this can be made with any yarn, just make sure you adjust hook size and make sure your calculations are correct.
Phildar Coton 3 in 10 colors
1 skein= 6 rows of 30 Jasmine stitches with a bit left over.
Hook size 4mm
10cm x 10 cm (4 x 4) = 5.5 x 6.5 jasmine stitches
CH - Chain
SLST - Slip stitch
HDC - Half Double Crochet
DC - Double Crochet
HalfDC - YO, insert hook in stitch, YO, pull through stitch, YO, pull through 2 loops on hook, leave last loop on hook.
Jasmine Stitch - explained in the pictures
Copyright Patricia Stuart 2014 (c).
You are free to create from the pattern and sell the creations.
Please do not copy, rewrite, resell or distribute as your own, this is prohibited.
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I'm a mum of 2 beautiful little human beings, aged 4 and 5. Staying at home to give my youngest the best help and support to give him a good start in life, as he has severe speech and language ...
I'm a mum of 2 beautiful little human beings, aged 4 and 5. Staying at home to give my youngest the best help and support to give him a good start in life, as he has severe speech and language difficulties.
So I needed a hobby and I discovered I had a hidden talent in Crochet. I like to design and to make new things. I'm not good at repeating projects. Once a project is finished, I'm ready to move on to the next. That's why you would mostly see patterns in my shop instead of finished items.