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Suzette Stitch Tutorial
This is a free tutorial for the Suzette crochet stitch. The tutorial contains photos and videos.
If you are like me, then you have only one burning, important question at this time: Who is Suzette? Well, Google thinks that Suzette is better known for a French dessert by similar name. There are two origin stories that go along with the dessert. As to whether or not either of these Suzettes had anything to do with the crochet stitch, I have no idea, but now I’m hungry.
So if you want to crochet the Suzette stitch while eating food with a similar name, please continue below for the tutorial.
Have you ever tried the suzette stitch? It is actually very easy. I made a Santa Hat, and the 30 Minute Kaleidoscope Beanie and a Multipurpose Crochet Bag using this stitch. The stitch tutorial is fairly easy to understand and is ideal for even beginners.
I am pretty sure you can learn this stitch within 5 minutes. I am not exactly sure where the Suzette stitch got its name from, but it is a perfect name for this pretty elegant crochet stitch.
I have seen many people use the Suzette stitch for blankets, scarves and even mittens. I prefer using it for crochet bags. Not sure why, but it just makes the bag look so special and hard to make, even though it is super easy.
If you try out this stitch once, you will properly want to use this stitch over and over again. if you want to learn more advanced crochet stitches, be sure to check out collection HERE.
Let me quickly show you where I used this stitch already, then I will teach you how to crochet the Suzette stitch.
My first Suzette stitch pattern is actually one of my very first patterns I ever created. I call it the Santa Hat. Anyone who has ever tried it, loved it.
Next, I used the stitch for the Multipurpose Crochet Bag which seems to have gone viral at least for my standards. Everyone loved it and made it really fast as crochet gifts and for crochet projects.
And just recently, I created the 30 Minute Kaleidoscope Beanie, which i made literally in 30 Minutes using only one skein of Kaleidoscope yarn. Isn’t that yarn pretty? I feel like it really brings out the Suzette stitch.
Let me know teach you how to crochet the Suzette stitch yourself. You won’t believe how is super fast and easy it is to crochet. And look at the texture! It is just so pretty.
Alright, get your yarn and a corresponding hook and let’s get started.
The suzette stitch is simply:
*1 single crochet (sc) and 1 double crochet (dc) in the same stitch, then you skip a stitch and repeat from * as long as your pattern ask you to repeat it
That is it. It is no more to it. If you prefer learning this very easy stitch from a video tutorial, I, of course, have one listed below. I will show you step by step how to crochet the Suzette stitch and how it looks like on the Santa Hat.
Be aware it is one of my first videos I ever created, so the layout is a bit different than I use now. But the content has not changed and the Suzette stitch is very well described in this video tutorial.
Below you can find a video I created on how to do the Suzette stitch. Check it out:
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