How to Crochet the Jasmine Stitch
“Also known as the star stitch, Not Your Average Crochet points out that to get the look of a full star, two rows must be completed. To create each star, you join “puffs” together.
Since this is a tightly packed stitch and doesn’t tend to sag, it’s great for making purses, hats and coats. Scarves, pillowcases and blankets are always options as well. Just about anything you would do with a regular stitch can be done with the Jasmine stitch.”
This Jasmine Stitch is just as pretty as can be and is really pretty easy to execute once you get your rhythm down. Use this stitch for all sorts of crochet projects, but be sure to change colors every couple of rows to really make the stars eye-catching.