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Crochet Winter Jasmine

As we enter Winter it is time to share with you my Free Crochet Winter Jasmine flower pattern. A flower which will stop you in your tracks as her sweet scent fills the air around. A beautiful welcome colourful flower found in glorious yellow or white during the cold winter days.

My crochet Winter Jasmine is a quick easy pattern, which can be made in just a few mins. You can make your Jasmine in any yarn of your choice. I have used some thread Achor yarn with a small 1.25mm crochet hook to create life sized 2.5cm diameter flowers.

Winter Jasmine Flower - Moara Crochet

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  • 2 meters White or Yellow yarn (in my examples I have used Anchor Thread in yellow).
  • Use the smallest possible crochet hook for your yarn I have used a 1.25mm crochet hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • Small glass beads for the centre (optional)
  • Florist wire

Gauge: N/A

Size: With thread cotton yarn and a 1.25mm crochet hook my Jasmine flowers are 2.5cm in diameter, 1.5cm depth.

Notes: The flower is made in the spiral, each flower is made as a single motif.

Free Crochet Winter Jasmine Pattern with Moara Crochet


Chain (ch): Yarn over, pull through loop on the hook.

Slip Stitch (sl st): Insert hook into the stitch, pick up yarn, pull the loop through the first loop on the hook.

Single Crochet (sc): Insert hook into the stitch, pick up yarn, yarn over, pull through the 2 loops.

Double Crochet (dc): Yarn over, insert hook into the stitch, pick up yarn, yarn over, pull through the first 2 loops, yarn over, pick up yarn, pull through the last 2 loops.

Treble Crochet (tr): Yarn over twice (3 on the hook), insert hook into the stitch, pick up the yarn (4 on your hook), yarn over pull through first two loops on the hook (3 on your hook), yarn over pull through next two loops on the hook (2 loops on the hook), yarn over pull through last two loops on the hook.

How to Crochet Winter Jasmine

Row 1: Make a magic circle, chain 1, add 4sc into the center of the magic circle. Total: 4sc.

Row 2: Sc inc., sc, sc inc., sc. Total: 6sc.

Rows 3 -4: 6sc. Total: 6sc.

Row 5: 6Sc inc. Total: 12sc.

Row 6: *(ch2, 2tr) in the same stitch, (tr, ch2, sl st) in the same stitch, sl st* repeat * to * 5 more times. Fasten off leaving a long tail.

Crochet Jasmine - Moara Crochet

Finishing Crochet Winter Jamine

To add a little detail for the stigma, using the long thread from the flower sew a bead into the centre – it is your choice how you choose to do this. I have used 4 golden glass seed beads to add my flower stigma. Fasten off and weave in your ends.

Place your flowers onto a stem of your choice – for this I have used a florist wire stem I have left over my Christmas decorations which also happened to be brown. I simply opened the magic circle to fit onto the stem, closed the magic circle and fasten off in place then weaved in my ends.

Crochet Jasmine Flower Pattern - Moara Crochet
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5 thoughts on “Crochet Winter Jasmine”

  1. Hi, Roseanne. I have signed up to receive your patterns. However, the last one that I received was the Winter Jasmine. Looking forward to receiving future patterns.
    In addition, I have bought patterns from you.
    Many thanks

    1. Dear Sylvia, thank you for your message and thank you for ordering patterns from me. I have just released two new patterns today which you will recieved a link shortly to access both these FREE patterns. If you have subscribed and are not finding these patterns, please check your spam or Junk files.
      I hope this helps. Have a wonderful day.
      Kindest regards, Roseanna.

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