crochet jasmine stitch 【かぎ針編み】リフ編みの基本。四角く編む。増やし目・減らし目の編み方。


Konnichiwa everyone,
Welcome to kokakiko. Today, I’m going to show you
how to make a square with jasmine stitch. as well as how to increase and decrease
with jasmine stitch. The yarn I’m going to use is a cotton yarn. You can use the yarn you like, but you need to pull thought quite a lot of yarn at once with jasmine stitch. It is better to pick a yarn that is not too loose. So let’s get started! When you crochet something, I guess you start with chain stitches most of the time. But when you make something with jasmine stitch,
you start with puff stitches. So we are going make a slip knot. make a chain stitch. Then we pull the yarn which is on the hook. yarn over insert the hook into the first chain. the top half of “v” and the back bump. bring it up, just like making a half double crochet we repeat 2 more times. At this point.we need to try to keep the loops on your hook nice and even. That’s the key to make pretty puffs. When you made 3 unfinished half double crochet, We are gonna hold the yarn. Then pull though all the loops. Now you insert the hook into the loop that you were holding. You pull the yarn a little bit
to make the loop nice and tight. make a single crochet. make a chain stitch, and pull Now you are going to insert your hook into the top of the puff that you just made. yarn over, insert your hook, yarn over again, and bring it back up. repeat 2 more times. Then hold the yarn, pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding. pull the yarn a little bit, make a sc make a ch and pull. let’s make another puff.
make 3 unfinished hdc. Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding. pull the yarn a little bit, make a sc make a ch and pull. insert your hook into the top of the puff, make 3 unfinished hdc. Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding. make a sc make a ch and pull. into the top of the puff,
let’s make another puff. Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc Now I’ve made 5 puffs. I’ll have these 5 puffs as a foundation this time. Depend on your project, you can make wider to make these puffs more. This is just like chain stitches to start your project. So now I’m going to make round 1. To start a new round, you make a puff which is exactly same as the one we made for the foundation. make a ch, and pull insert the hook into the top of the puff, make 3 unfinished hdc. Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc So from here, it’s getting different. The puff I just made would be the edge of round 1. Now we are going to make 3 puffs at once. into here here and here. make 3 puffs and pull thought all the loops at once. So you’ll have quite a lot of loops on your hook,
and need to pull thought them all at once. Let’s make a first puff. insert your hook into the top of the puff make 3 unfinished hdc. Then you go on to the next puff. insert your hook into the next stitch. make sure that the loops on your hook are even. make 3 unfinished hdc. Then you go on to the last one. make 3 unfinished hdc. Now you need to pull though all of these loops. make sure that you hold the yarn. and pull through insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc We are going to make another 3 puffs. here, here and here To start the round, you make a puff.
Then you make 3 puffs together rest of your round. make a ch and pull. to make a puff, make 3 unfinished hdc. go to the next puff make 3 unfinished hdc. next puff make 3 unfinished hdc. Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc There is a knot, but I’ll just keep going. I don’t think it’s a big deal. make a ch, and pull. make 3 unfinished hdc. the next one. make 3 unfinished hdc. then last one, make 3 unfinished hdc. Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc make a ch and pull. make another 3 puffs. Oops, I’ve only made 2 puffs not 3…. Now I feel the the loop is too big.
Let’s make it smaller. oops, instead of a sc, I made a slst… Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc The last 3 puffs of the round. make ch 1 and pull make a puff the next puff For the last puff, you insert your hook into the first ch you’ve made. Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc Now round 1 is completed. turn your work, ch 1 and make a puff. This is exactly same as round 1. to start a new round, you make a puff.
Then hold the yarn, and pull though the all loops. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc This is like round 1.
We are going to make 3 puffs. here, here and here. then here, here and here. It’s going like that. Oops, instead of making a sc, I’ve make a slst. Now I’m going to make last 3 puff of the round. inserting the hook into here , here and here. Then the last one, please don’t forget this one. Round 2 is completed. So now all you need to do is repeat this. turn your work, make a puff, then make 3 puff together until the end of the round. Now I’ve done round 3. When you count the round,
it’s easier to count with the side stitches. round 1 round 2 round 3 So if you’d like to make a squere, pleare go on making this way. Now I’d like to show you how to increase. starting with a puff. I made a puff. Instead of making 3 puffs together,
I’m going to make 2 puffs together. The next one is here. pull through the all loops. hold the yarn, insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc Now can you see that it increased? So I’m going to make 3 puffs together. Now I’m going increase again at the end of the round. to increase at the end of the round, you make 2 puffs together. here and here When you make 2 puffs,
pull though the all loops. make a sc So I increased at both the beginning of the round and
the end of the round. So when you count the side stitches, 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7. from 5 stitches, it became 7. So I increase at round 4,
then I made one more round without increasing. round 1,2,3
I’ve made 5 stitches, round4 I increased to 7 stitches,
round 5 is 7 stitches. Now I’m going to show you how to decrease. To start, 2 puffs together. into the next stitch, So I decreased at beginning of the round. We had a side stitch here, but now it became a triangle. That means we lost one stitch. Then in the middle of the round,
3 puffs together, Now I’m going to decrease at the end of the round. I have 2 side stitches left right now. I’m going to make 4 puffs together. It is a bit challenging to pull through,
since we have 4 puffs. 3 more, 1,2,3 sooo many loops on the hook. we pull those at once. insert the hook into the loop that you were holding.
and pull a little bit. make a sc Now I decreased at the end of the round. So when you count the side stitches,
1,2,3,4 and 5. I decreased at the both edges, so instead of 7, it’s 5. So this is how to make a squere with jasmine stitch, increase and decrease. one more thing. when you are making, of course you try to make puffs nice and even. When you are making jasmine stitch, not only the puffs, but also you need to pay attention to the sc which is like a middle of flower. To keep these sc nice and tight is not easy, I felt. I feel that it’s also depend of the yarn you are using. Even you pulled nice and tight, later on when you look at the project, there is a gap… I mean that happened to me. If you find hard to keep the stitch nice and tight, you can make a slst, instead of a sc. when you pull though, you insert your hook here, pull a bit, to make this stitch tight, instead of making a sc, you make a slst here. Then I think the stitch will be much smaller. If your yarn is thick, the puffs also becomes thick. so instead of making 3 unfinished hdc, 2 unfinished hdc would be fine too. So I made a chair cover. My computer chair was ripped. So I made a cover for that. The size is about 16 inch x 16 inch.(40cm x 40cm) I made this jasmine stitch using 2 unfinished hdc, not 3. and I used 6mm hook. As you can see, this is quite thick, I used 2 skeins which is 200g. Actually I wanted to make the edge of the cover,
but I didn’t have enough yarn. So if you are planning to make something with jasmine stitch, make sure that you have enough yarn for that. so that’s how to make a square with jasmine stitch, increase and decrease. and a little tip. If you like this video,
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Arigato

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