Hello pclfal... welcome...
If you are going to duct hot air up from the basement, to the first floor, you will be creating 1/2 of a loop.. you also need to complete the other 1/2 of the heating loop.
On the back of your stove you have either one or two distribution fans,, these are the fans that force air through the stove and out the hot air vents.. You need to get a flange-adapter to screw onto the inlet of the distribution fans and attach some flexible or stiff duct to the fans... have the ducts pull air from a far corner of the upstairs, as far from the heat outlet duct as you can. If you have two distribution fans.. pulling air from the first or second floor at opposite corners of the house would be ideal..
When you hook up your stove like I describe,, you are imitating a forced-air furnace.. ALL forced air furnaces have cold air return ducts that pull air from the house and return it to the furnace to be reheated.. this air is usually about 65* .. If you leave the stove with the distribution fans pulling air from the basement floor,, this air is about 50-55*, and you will not get the heat you want from your stove,, and will have a sauna in the basement, heating the foundation walls and the dirt outside,,, You want to keep the heat in the living spaces.. upstairs... If your stove only supplies radiant heat to the basement, this is best... don't blow any hot air into the basement,, blow it upstairs.. The floor WILL be warmer.. but this is not a good way to use the stove... unless the basement walls are insulated.. and the basement is pretty airtight to the outdoors..
Hope this helps.. Greg L