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Hey there, friends! As promised, I have a simple Suzette Stitch Spa Washcloth Crochet Pattern to share with you all today. Something about turning 30 this month has made me very conscious of my skin care routine. So, I have been making a TON of cute, textured washcloths for myself lately. And why not share them with you?
Cotton tops my list of favorite yarns to crochet with. It’s soft, relatively inexpensive, and holds its shape very well. The absorbency of this natural plant fiber makes it just perfect for a spa washcloth or crochet dishcloth.
Even better? Most cotton yarns have excellent stitch definition, making this spa washcloth crochet pattern the absolute perfect project for practicing a new stitch! If you’d like a more detailed photo tutorial for how to crochet the Suzette stitch, click here.
Otherwise, gather up your materials, and don’t forget your favorite caffeinated beverage! (I never crochet without one.) Here’s what you’ll need:
Materials to Crochet the Suzette Stitch Spa Cloth
H8 5.0mm Crochet Hook- I used my Clover Soft Touch
Peaches ‘n Creme Yarn or 100% cotton Worsted (4) weight yarn. I used approximately half a skein.
Sc- single crochet
Dc – double crochet
Sk – skip
Gauge / Finished Size
7 stitches and 6 rows per 2”
Row 1: (Sc, dc) in 2nd ch from hook. *Skip 1, (sc, dc) in next ch.* Repeat * to * across. 
Row 2: Ch 1, turn. *Skip 1, (sc, dc) in next sc.* Repeat * to * across. 
Row 3-22: Repeat Row 2.
Break yarn and weave in ends.
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