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Crochet Jasmine Headband

October 18, 2019
Susana from Fluffy Stitches wearing the Crochet Jasmine Headband with a pink jacket

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Crochet Jasmine Headband

Now that you have a couple of patterns to keep your neck warm, let me present you the Crochet Jasmine Headband to pair or wear as a standalone piece!

Inspiration

As I was working on the white flowers of the Jasmine Scarf, that lovely white yarn really struck me. It was such a pleasant feeling to work with it. I am a complete fan of the feel of the yarn, but this time, even the color was making me calmer. I decided right there and then, I would make another piece with that yarn. I’ve made a few projects using the jasmine stitch (and you can find all my secrets right here) so what would I do with this delightful white?

A Crochet Jasmine Scarf WIP photo with one white flower

I remembered my Winter Nights set and that was what made it click. I was missing an ear-warmer. And a white one would be perfect to pair with the Jasmine Scarf with its white flowers. Or even with the Jasmine Cowl. But the best part is that you can also wear it on its own. A white headband in jasmine stitch is pretty much a statement piece on its own. 🙂

The Project

With this white vision in my mind, putting the project together was very easy and very very fast! I just reached out for the white Drops Air skein and started working the jasmine stitch in the round. A couple of rounds later and it was all done! And I have to say, this was one of my most satisfying projects! It was so quick and turned out so beautiful. This is sure to become another go-to pattern for Christmas presents!

I hope you enjoy the Crochet Jasmine Headband! Let me know if you’re using it for this year’s presents as well! 🙂

Pattern

  • You can buy the ad-free, printable PDF pattern HERE!
  • PIN this pattern for later HERE
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Description

A quick and satisfying pattern, the Crochet Jasmine Headband makes for a great pair to any scarf or can be worn as a statement piece. Made completely in jasmine stitch, this beautiful and feminine design will keep you comfortable on colder days.

Skill Level

  • Intermediate

Have in Hand

  • 1 skein Drops Air (164 yd/150m) in Off White 01
  • US Size J (6.0mm) crochet hook 
  • tapestry needle

Gauge

  • 3 ¼ puff sts = 4”/10 cm
  • 3 rounds = 3’’/7.5 cm

Finished Measures

  • Circumference: 20’’/51 cm
  • Width: 3.25’’/8.5 cm

Abbreviations (US Terms)

  • ch: chain
  • yo: yarn over
  • st(s): stitch(es)

Special Stitches

Take a look at my Jasmine Stitch Series for tutorials on all the stitches mentioned below!

jp: joining puff
  • puff stitch with one less loop than the pattern calls for.
ps: (5-loop) puff stitch
  • Ch 1 and lengthen your loop (1 loop on hook). Pinching the ch st, yo (2 loops on hook). Try to keep the initial lengths for your loops. Insert hook into ch, pull up a loop and lengthen it (3 loops on hook). Yo (4 loops on hook). Insert hook into ch, pull up a loop and lengthen it (5 loops on hook). 
  • Yo once again and pinch the yarn that forms the back loop of your yo. Without letting go of the yarn, pull through all loops (1 loop on hook). Insert your hook under the yarn you are pinching and pull up a loop (2 loops on hook). Yo and pull through both loops to close the puff st. Ch 1 to tighten it.
fps: foundation puff stitch
  • Complete one ps. 
  • * Lengthen your loop (1 loop on hook). Yo (2 loops on hook). Insert hook into st that holds the 5 loops of the previous stitch together. Pull up a loop and lengthen it (3 loops on hook). Yo (4 loops on hook). Insert hook into st, pull up a loop and lengthen it (5 loops on hook). 
  • Yo once again and pinch the yarn that forms the back loop of your yo. Without letting go of the yarn, pull through all loops (1 loop on hook). Insert your hook under the yarn you are pinching and pull up a loop (2 loops on hook). Yo and pull through both loops to close the st. Ch 1 to tighten it. Repeat from * until number of foundation puff stitches have been made. 
3pc: 3-puff cluster
  • Start as if making a ps, but stop once you have 5 loops on hook. 
  • Yo as if to pinch the yarn, but instead, insert the hook into the st between the last 2 puff sts (the puff that made your work “go up” and the last puff of the previous row/round) and pull up a loop. 
  • * Lengthen your loop. Yo and insert hook into same st as before and pull up a loop. Repeat from * until you have 10 loops on hook. Yo as if to pinch the yarn, but instead, insert the yarn into the st that connects the 3rd and 2ndcompleted puff st from hook.
  • ** Lengthen your loop. Yo and insert hook into same st as before and pull up a loop. Repeat from ** until you have 15 loops on hook. Now, yo and pinch the back loop from the yo. 
  • Holding the yarn pull through all loops (1 loop on hook). Insert your hook under the yarn you are pinching and pull up a loop (2 loops on hook). Yo and pull through both loops to close the cluster. Ch 1 to tighten it.
join in the round
  • Start making the 3pc, by making the first 2 ps (10 loops on your hook). 
  • Yo and – ensure your clusters are not twisted – insert your hook both through the next st of the foundation sts and the st that connects the joining puff with the foundation sts. Yo and lengthen your loop. The last loop you have on your hook will now make part of the joining puff, making it finally a 5-loop puff st. You are now ready to close the cluster. 
  • Insert your hook (11 loops on hook) into the st that closed your joining puff. Yo and pinch the back loop of the yo. Holding the yarn, pull through all loops on hook (1 loop on hook). Insert your hook through the st that holds the joining puff together and under the yarn you are still pinching. Yo and pull up a loop (2 loops on hook). Yo and pull through both loops to close the st. Ch 1 to tighten it.

Notes

  • The project is worked in seamless rounds.
  • The stitch count refers to the number of horizontal puff stitches.
  • You can change the measurements of the headband. By making more puff stitches in the foundation you will make it wider and by adding more rounds you will make it lengthier.
Susana from Fluffy Stitches wearing the headband

Crochet Jasmine Headband

Fps 16

Round 1: Make a jp. Work 16 3pc on your fps. Join in the round. <16>

Round 2 – 3: Repeat Round 1. <16>

Weave in ends.

A quick and satisfying pattern, the Jasmine Headband makes for a great pair to any scarf or can be worn as a statement piece. Made completely in jasmine stitch, this beautiful and feminine design will keep you comfortable on colder days.

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