Madagascar Jasmine, otherwise called Stephanotis, are romantic flowers that whisper of misty mornings, sultry afternoons filled with perfume that no chemist can match, quite. They populate the bouquets of brides and bridal parties. Paired with little rosettes and sewn onto flower clips and on the lapels of jackets, around the necklines of sweaters.
Make them in pastels with embellished yarn and they are ethereal. Make them in darker tones for luxurious floral richness. Imagine the possibilities and you can knit them. . .
Intrepid Beginner to Intermediate knitters: Requires knitting, purling, increasing, and decreasing.
Approximately 75-250 yds (68.5-229m) of worsted weight yarn in the colors below:Bouquet of Stephanotis: moss green and natural or pale pinkBouquet of Rose Blossoms: use ruby red or bright red for a darkly beautiful bag. Use paler colors for a more ethereal beauty.
Size 6 (4mm) double-pointed needles (set of 4 or 5)
Stitch markers (used as holders)
Nylon beading thread
Seed beads to embellish flowers (optional)
The pictured flowers were made with Tilli Tomas Flurries (no longer available). The stephanotis were made with flurries in Cream with Moss stems and the rosettes were made with Flurries in Hope.