Crochet The Suzette Stitch

Crochet The Suzette Stitch

Crochet The Suzette Stitch
Crochet The Suzette Stitch

"The Suzette Stitch has such a distinctive and graceful design to it, which is why I couldn't help sharing it with you all as I'm sure you'll be just as eager to use this stitch when crocheting lovely scarves and unique afghans! If you'd like to learn how to crochet the "Suzette Stitch", this helpful lesson will guide you through all the steps (in an easy to follow speed) as you continue on your ever-growing crochet journey!"

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook, I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I stumbled across this stitch on another designers site, but since this site has an instructional video, this is the one I would definitely recommend. The stitch itself isnt hard at all but it does assume you know the basic Chain, Single Crochet and Double Crochet. The resulting texture has some nice thermal properties making it just the thing for baby hats and blankets.

Now thats a pretty stitch. Ive watched the tutorial and its really quite easy - the sort of pattern that you can do without a lot of concentration involved. The presenter even gives some suggestions for using the stitch, which is always a good thing. And I have to agree with the previous commenter that the Suzette stitch would be great made up into a dish cloth.

What a beautiful stitch and so easy. This stitch could be used to make so many different items from baby blankets to throws or even a dish cloth. The video makes it look so simple and easy. I will definitely use this stitch.

Very pretty stitch and the instructions appear easy to follow. I may give it a shot later. I think a table runner or placemat would look very nice in this pattern. Or coasters in different spring colors? I have seen this pattern before but with a different name. Thank you for refreshing my mind about this one.

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