If all you know is the crochet single and double crochet but you want to make something different, then the suzette stitch is for you. I really love stitches that look complicated and are dense but uses basic stitches put together.
The Suzette stitch offers a dense and thick fabric that best suits crochet blankets, sweaters & cardigans, scarves, kids clothes and many more projects.
- Yarn. You can use any yarn that you have around, just make sure the hook used is recommended on the yarn label. I am using an aran weight milk cotton yarn.
- 5mm crochet hook or the recommended number for your yarn.
- Pair of scissors.
- Yarn needle.
Stitches Used & Abbreviations (US Terms).
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- sk = skip
- rep = repeat
- pat = pattern
- st(s) = stitch(es)
- nxt = next
- The pattern is written in US terminology.
- Ch1 at the beginning of new row doesn’t count as a stitch.
- The foundation row is an even number.
- sc+dc in next st means, place both sc and dc in the same stitch.
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner.
Suzette stitch pattern.
chain 24 or any even number.
sk 1 ch, *sc+dc in nxt ch, sk nxt ch, rep from * until 2 chains remain,
sk nxt ch, sc in last ch. Turn
ch1, sc+dc in 1st st,
*sk nxt dc st, sc+dc in nxt sc st, rep from * working only in the sc sts, until last 2 sts remain,
sk the dc st, sc in last st.
Repeat row 2 to desired size or until you master the stitch pattern.
At the end of your project, ch1 & cut yarn. Then weave in the ends at the back of your work.
Hope you enjoyed the pattern.
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