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White jasmine top crochet pattern

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Yarn - Bernat Cotton-ish (cotton ball) / light 3/ 2.4 oz (70 g) / 282 yards (258 m) / about 3 balls needed
Hooks - E/4 – 3.50 mm, F/5 – 3.75 mm and G/6 4.25 mm or other size hooks needed for the gauge
Gauge - 2 repeats (jasmine st) go into about 3.5 inches (9 cm)
Top Size - S/M
Complexity - Advanced beginner

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Blouse crochet pattern – white jasmine stitch

Row-by-row crochet instructions

Part 1 video tutorial

Begin crocheting the blouse from the top to bottom.

Make a foundation chain of 161 chs or multiples of 32 chs plus 1 additional ch.
1st round – ch4, sk2, sc1, ch4, sk2, sc1, ch5, sk3, sc1, ch4, sk2, sc1, ch3, sk2, [sc1, ch3, sk2, sc1, ch4, sk2, sc1, ch5, sk3, sc1, ch4, sk2, sc1, ch3, sk2] to end + sl.st.1 into 1st ch
2nd round – ch4, dc1 into sm.ch, ch3, sc1 under arch of 4chs, dc9 under arch of 5chs, sc1 under arch of 4chs, ch3, [Vst1 between two arches of 3chs above sc ch, ch3, sc1 under arch of 4chs, dc9 under arch of 5chs, sc1 under arch of 4chs, ch3] to end + sl.st.1 into 3rd ch
3rd round – ch2, sc1 under ch, (ch1, dc1) x 9 above dc9 of prev.round, ch1, [(sc1, ch2, sc1) into Vst under ch, (ch1, dc1) x 9 above dc9 of prev.round, ch1] to end + sl.st.1 into chs
4th round – ch2, sk2, (dc CL1, ch1) x 9, [sc1 under arch of 2chs, ch1, sk2, (dc CL1, ch1) x 9] to end + sl.st.1 into 1st ch

Back part

1st row – (ch1, sk1, sl.st.1) x 4, ch3, sk3, sc1, [ch3, sc1 under ch between 7th and 8th dc CL, ch3, trc dec1, ch3, sc1 under ch between 2nd and 3rd dc CL, ch3, sk2, sc1, ch3, sk3, sc1] x 3 + RC3
2nd row – h4ch, dc1, [ch1, sk3, Vst1] to last 4chs; ch1, sk3, dc2 into 1ch + RC5
Jasmine stitch
3rd row – h6ch, (trc1, ch1) x 2 into sm.ch, sk3, sc1, [ch1, sk3, shell1, sk3, sc1] to last 4chs; ch1, sk3, (trc1, ch1) x 3 into 1ch + RC1
4th row – h2ch, sc1, sc1 under ch, ch2, trc dec1*, ch2, [sc1 under ch, ch1, sk1, sc1 under ch, ch2, trc dec1*, ch2] to last 3chs; sk1, sc2 + RC1
5th row – h2ch, sc1, [ch1, sk3, shell1, sk3, sc1] to end + RC3
6th row – trc1 under ch between 1st and 2nd trc sts, ch2, sc1 under ch, ch1, sk1, sc1 under ch, ch2, [trc dec1*, ch2, sc1 under ch, ch1, sk1, sc1 under ch, ch2] to last 5chs; trc dec** + RC5

Repeat the pattern starting from the 3rd row

7th row = 3rd row
8th row = 4th row, but at the end of the row chain 19 (for the size XS – chain 9 and for the size L – chain 29) instead of RC1

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Part 2 video tutorial

Front part

Skip one repeat/arch from the back part and attach the yarn between 3rd and 4th dc clusters.
1st row (right side) – sc1, ch3, sk3, [sc1, ch3, sc1 under ch between 7th and 8th dc CL, ch3, trc dec1, ch3, sc1 under ch between 2nd and 3rd dc CL, ch3, sk2, sc1, ch3, sk3, sc1] x 3 + RC3
2nd row (wrong side) – h4ch, dc1, [ch1, sk3, Vst1] to last 4chs; ch1, sk3, dc2 into 1ch + RC1
3rd row = 5th row (back part)
4th row = 6th row (back part)
5th row = 3rd row (back part)
Join the back and front parts together
Slip a last loop of the 5th row (front part) on the crochet hook. You should have 2 loops on your hook.
6th row (wrong side) - sc1 into ch above trc ch of prev.row, sc1 under ch, ch2, trc dec1*, ch2, [sc1 under ch, ch1, sk1, sc1 under ch, ch2, trc dec1*, ch2] to last 3chs; sk1, sc2 + ch19 (for the size XS – ch9 and for the size L – ch29)
Join front and back parts into a ring with the slip stich into the 1st sc ch. Turn the work to the right side of the garment.

Body

1st round – ch1, (ch1, sk4, shell1, sk4, sc1) x 2, [ch1, sk3, shell1, sk3, sc1] x 8 or to underarm, (ch1, sk4, shell1, sk4, sc1) x 2, [ch1, sk3, shell1, sk3, sc1] x 7, ch1, sk3, shell1, sk3 + sl.st.1 into 1st ch
2nd round – ch3, trc1 under ch between 1st and 2nd trc sts, ch2, sc1 under ch, ch1, sk1, sc1 under ch, ch2, [trc dec1*, ch2, sc1 under ch, ch1, sk1, sc1 under ch, ch2] to end; work unfinished trc under ch + sl.st.1 into 4th ch
3rd round – ch5, (trc1, ch1) x 2 into sm.ch, sk3, sc1, [ch1, sk3, shell1, sk3, sc1] to last 4chs; ch1, sk3, (trc1, ch1) x 2 into 1ch + sl.st.1 into 4th ch
4th round – ch2, sc1 under ch, ch2, trc dec1*, ch2, [sc1 under ch, ch1, sk1, sc1 under ch, ch2, trc dec1*, ch2] to end; sc1 under ch + sl.st.1 under 2chs
5th round – ch1, [ch1, sk3, shell1, sk3, sc1] to last repeat; ch1, sk3, shell1, sk3 + sl.st.1 into 1st ch
Repeat the pattern starting from the 2nd round until you crochet to about your waistline, and then use a larger size crochet hook (G) to widen the garment from the bottom.

Neckline

Attach the yarn to the initial foundation chain and work 4 chains to pick up the height of the 1st round.
1st round – ch4, dc1 into sm.ch, ch3, sk2, sc1, dc7 under arch of 3chs, sk2, sc1, ch3, sk2, [Vst1, ch3, sk2, sc1, dc7 under arch of 3chs, sk2, sc1, ch3, sk2] to end + sl.st.1 into 3rd ch
Use a smaller size crochet hook (E)
2nd round – ch2, sc1 under ch, (ch1, dc1) x 7 above dc7 of prev.round, ch1, [(sc1, ch2, sc1) into Vst under ch, (ch1, dc1) x 7 above dc7 of prev.round, ch1] to end + sl.st.1 into chs
3rd round – ch2, sk2, (dc CL1, ch1) x 7, [sc1 under arch of 2chs, ch1, sk2, (dc CL1, ch1) x 7] to end + sl.st.1 into 1st ch

Sleeves

Attach the yarn underarm
1st round – ch4, [sk interval*, sc1, ch3] to 4th round; sc1 under ch between 7th and 8th dc CL, ch3, trc dec1, ch3, sc1 under ch between 2nd and 3rd dc CL, ch3, sk2, sc1, ch3, sk3, sc1, ch3, sc1 under ch between 7th and 8th dc CL, ch3, trc dec1, ch3, sc1 under ch between 2nd and 3rd dc CL, ch3, [sk interval*, sc1, ch3] to end + sl.st.1 into 1st ch
At the end of the 1st round, you should have 18 arches of 3 chs or multiples of 2 arches.
2nd round – ch4, dc1, [ch1, sk3, Vst1] to last 3chs; ch1, sk3 + sl.st.1 into 3rd ch
3rd round – sc1, ch1, sk3, shell1, [sk3, sc1, ch1, sk3, shell1] to end + sl.st.1 above 1st sc ch
4th round = 2nd round (body)
5th round = 3rd round (body)

Decrease

6th round – ch2, sc1 under ch, ch1, trc dec1*, ch1, [sc1 under ch, ch1, sk1, sc1 under ch, ch1, trc dec1*, ch1] to end; sc1 under ch + sl.st.1 under 2chs

Edges

sc to end

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Abbreviations
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
dc CL – double crochet cluster – work 2 unfinished dc and pull the yarn through the 3 loops on the hook
h#ch – insert a hook into the # chain from the hook
RC – returning chain
sc – single crochet
shell – (trc1, ch1) x 5 into 1ch
sk – skip a chain
sk interval – skip an interval of about 3 or 4 chains
sm.ch – same base chain
st – stitch
trc dec – triple crochet decrease – work unfinished trc above 9th dc CL, sk3, unfinished trc above 1st dc CL, and draw the yarn through 3 loops on the hook
*trc dec – work unfinished trc under ch, unfinished trc above sc ch, unfinished trc under ch, and then pull the yarn through all 4 loops on the hook
**trc dec – sk1, unfinished trc1, sk2, unfinished trc1, pull the yarn through 3 loops on the hook
Vst – V stitch – (dc1, ch1, dc1) into one chain

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Sleeveless pullover crochet pattern – white jasmine blouse

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Comments

Hello Sana,

Hello Sana,
I made this Jasmine top for my daughter (picture attached) and now want to make the same for my 4 year old grand daughter. I want to use the 100% Cotton Thread - Size 3 (The same yarn I used to make my daughter's top) for my grand daughter too. Could you guide me for this small size please?

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Hi Rathna,

Hi Rathna,
I love your beautiful work. Thank you for sharing the picture. For the neck line (initial foundation chain) I used 10 repeats, I would suggest you to try 6 repeats or 97 chs or (6 x 16) + 1. Happy crochet!

Hi Sana, i am crazy about all

Hi Sana, i am crazy about all the patterns you have shared. They are all awesome.
I want to make this jasmine top for my 10 year old.
I have 60%cotton, 40%acrylic size 2 yarn
Can you please tell me how many chain and repeats i should work.

Hi Sana, i am crazy about all

Hi Sana, i am crazy about all the patterns you have shared. They are all awesome.
I want to make this jasmine top for my 10 year old.
I have 60%cotton, 40%acrylic size 2 yarn
Can you please tell me how many chain and repeats i should work.

Hi agrajan,

Hi agrajan,
It depends on her size. I would suggest using a smaller size crochet hook and follow the pattern exactly. For the neckline part use even smaller size crochet hook. Happy crochet!

Hi Phoebe,

Hi Phoebe,
I'm glad that you like the pattern. The blouse looks very beautiful on you. Thank you for modeling your project and sharing it with us. I appreciate it.

Hi Sana!

Hi Sana!

I would really appreciate it if you would consider making a video of a hoodie cardigan (for women). ♥♥♥

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