(The video is texted in English (US-terms), so remember to turn those on.)
The Suzette stitch is one of my favorite stitches when it comes to dishcloths, as it has a really nice graphic zig-zag-ish look. It is one of my very favourite patterns, because i think it is so beautiful with the lines that pops out. It is not the fastest pattern to make, so set aside some time. And patient. But beautiful it is.
How to crochet the Stitch
You make the Suzette stitch by crocheting a single crochet (sc) in the first stitch (2nd stitch from the hook) and a double crochet (dc) in the same stitch. Then skip a stitch, make a single crochet (sc) and a double crochet (dc) together in the next stitch, skip a stitch, and continue like this until you reach the end. In the last stitch, make a single crochet (sc) and turn with a chain. Next row is like row 1 and you continue until you have a square cloth.
Other stitches, that is good to know
- The Shell Stitch: It is a super sweet pattern. A classic, when it comes to crochet. I have a video-guide of it here and a free crochet pattern for a dishcloth here.
- The Griddle Stitch: It is a very popular pattern, when it comes to making dishcloths. It’s a bit like this one, but instead of two stitches in one and skipping one, you do them one by one on top of each other. Find the pattern here.
Fint my pattern for the Suzette stitch dishcloth here
I hope you enjoy the video 🙂