The Suzette Stitch

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While the Suzette stitch is a wonderful and useful technique, it’s one that’s often overlooked. However, this is absolutely unfounded. The Suzette stitch is an easy and versatile way of making all kins of projects such as blankets, towels and others. However, don’t take our word for it, and please explore these wonderful and fun projects below. Indeed, once you get familiar with the subject method, you’ll find yourself including it in many other projects and designing new patterns around it.

 

Suzette Stitch Spa Washcloth

Although this washcloth is easy and quick, the Suzette stitch gives it a perfect and luxurious texture. Of course, this texture is perfect for washing, but it’s also a beautiful and aesthetic feature to spruce up the bathroom.

Skills: easy      Designer:  Katie Clary

Suzette Stitch Spa Washcloth

The full article about this pattern is here:

Suzette Stitch Spa Washcloth

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The Michelle Blanket

Skills: easy      Designer:  Christine Longe

Continuting, the Michelle blanket is an easy and fun project using the Suzette technique. While larger, it’s still quick to work up and can be highly customized using different color choices.

The Michelle Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

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The Michelle Blanket

The Suzette Stitch Blanket

Lastly, this blanket demonstrates the gentler side of this wonderful technique. Indeed, the combination of the delicate texture and soft pinks and roses really makes this wonderful blanket shine in a soft and subdued way.

Skills: easy      Designer: The Crochet Attic

 

Suzette Stitch

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 More info about The Crochet Attic project you can find on Instagram:  upper photo, lower photo

If you want to make a similar blanket, you can follow The Michelle Blanket pattern, or you can follow the Bella Coco youtube tutorial how to crochet the Suzette Stitch:

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One Comment

  1. Donnie Marshall says:

    Yes, it’s a very nice stitch and pretty pattern.

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