Here we are in Ontario, Canada. It’s July with temperatures sitting around 30 degrees celsius and I’m getting inspired to make fall and winter wearables. When inspiration strikes, you run with it! This free crochet pattern would actually make an excellent summer project because it’s on the small side so you’re not overheating like you might while working on big, heavy blankets. It’s also easy to travel with so taking it on your summer adventures would be really easy to do!
Check out the free pattern for the Simple Suzette Neck Warmer below…
It’s not a secret that I love the suzette stitch. It’s becoming somewhat of a personal challenge to see how many items I can make using this beautiful stitch. It creates a solid and textured appearance which makes it appealing for so many different uses.
Today’s pattern is practical, works up in less than an hour and is a great stash buster project. The Suzette Crochet Hook Pouch is perfect for storing a hook or two to keep in your current W.I.P basket or to toss into a crochet travel bag when you’re on the go. The sizing allows for a variety of hook lengths so you can give your hook a nice, cozy home.
Find all the details to this free pattern below…
Small projects can be a great way to practice and learn new stitches. They can also be a wonderful opportunity to try new brands and weights of yarn before committing to use them in larger projects. If you haven’t worked with fingering weight yarn before, this would be a great introduction.
Today I’m going to show you how to crochet a simple and small bookmark using Scheepjes Catona yarn and the suzette stitch.