Monday * March 2nd 2015

Discovering a new crochet stitch…

…and loving it a lot lot lot!

Good morning lovely people!

How are you today? Last week, I discovered on the net a beautiful crochet stitch and I searched for its pattern and found out that it is the easiest crochet pattern I’ve ever seen so I thought about sharing it with you of course ;)

Don’t know if you already know about it …it is called Moss stitch crochet and it is G O R G E O U S :) The kind of stitch I easily fall in love with cause it melts the colors used in a wonderful way…

No more talking … let’s see some pics ( I’m hearing you…) shall we?

So I started a cowl with some Nako Vizon Yarn using a 4mm crochet hook…

Let’s have some close ups…


Oh oh oh!! Isn’t it wonderful? Do you see the little touches of colors how they melt together? Are you in love like myself?

and and and… it is super super easy to make…1 single crochet, 1 chain etc etc :)

You have to google it for all the instructions… (just type moss stitch crochet) there is some youtube videos with step by step instructions and written patterns ect… all that you need to learn this very very easy stitch…

Now, I’m thinking about starting a blanket for Joe with that stitch…Mmmm I’m already planning in my head the color’s combinations :)

Should I finish joining the love birds blanket squares first?

 I really should…don’t know if I can… :D

Have to leave you now… little baby is crying :)

I’ll leave you with a Christina’s pic…

Aren’t children adorable?

Have a wonderful colorful week my friend!


P.s: Some of you are writing to me that they are not receiving the newsletter and I really don’t know why and how to fix that problem…can you please advise if you’re receiving it or no? And if you’re not, can you try to unsubscribe and then subscribe again? Sorry for that my friend… Kisses!

44 Comments »colors and yarns, Crocheted neck warmer, Moss stitch, My family

44 Responses to “Discovering a new crochet stitch…”

  1. Alessandra says:

    love this simple stitch!! I have to try it soooooon!!!
    Thank you for sharing, xxx Alesssandra

  2. Jacekica says:

    Love this stitch.
    Christina is so big, or it seemsin that picture, and wonderful little lady. Thanks for sharing the pic!

  3. I love the stitch and the colors. I think it’s also called linen stitch. I made a table runner back in the summer with the same stitch, but I found it under linen stitch… Very pretty.
    Your children are adorable . :)

  4. Annie says:

    Oui,c’est un bien joli point!!merci du partage de ta découverte Sucrette!et oui,moi je reçois bien tes parutions d’articles!Bon lundi,bonne semaine,bisous à toi et aux petits

  5. Stocki says:

    I love this stitch! I have been looking for a project to use it with for a while….. Hmmmm…. the colours you have used are superb as always…have a lovely week :)x

  6. Lucie says:

    Ce point, je l’ai découvert moi aussi il y a peu de temps. En ce moment, je l’utilise pour les pantalons que je tricote pour les bébés prématurés car il est “élastique” en hauteur et permet de bien loger la couche.
    Je découvre ton utilisation de couleur différente à chaque rang et je trouve très sympa le résultat (un petit peu comme un point jacquard simple).
    Très bonne semaine à toute ta famille. Je t’embrasse.

  7. annie35 says:

    J’adore toutes ces couleurs lumineuses !!!!

  8. Very nice! I like it very much!

  9. I love this stitch! I’ve tried before in one colour but not in different colours the way you’ve done here! Love it!

  10. Madeleine says:

    Merci beaucoup de partager les photos de vos enfants. Ils sont si attachants, et le petit Joseph a un si joli sourire. Je suis contente de ce qu’il dort mieux. Les premières semaines sont toujours les plus difficiles. Nous avons notre dernier petit-fils qui a bientôt 8 mois. Quelle joie!
    Merci pour cette nouvelle méthode du crochet. Je verrai si j’arrive…! En tout cas le résultat est joli!
    Passez une bonne semaine!

  11. Natalie says:


    I would start the new blanket for little Joe. It’s important to hold him warm. ;-)

  12. chris says:

    the colours look lovely together and what a lovely stitch.thank you my dear for the information. have a good week. kindest regards chris (australia)

  13. Any de Chile says:

    Hola ¡¡

    Realmente lindo ¡¡¡¡

  14. Debi says:

    Beautiful! Both cowl and Christina!!! That stitch is one of my FAVORITES! I just finished a tote bag using it last night, in fact. I’ve never heard it called the moss stitch though…I’ve always called in the linen stitch (because that’s the first name I heard for it), but have also seen it called the fabric stitch.

  15. Cindy says:

    I love the stitch. Your crocheting is so colorful.

  16. Sue says:

    That stitch looks very good especially when using different colours. I must search for that now :-)

    Christina looks very sweet and it is nice to see a girl playing with a doll.

    Ooo blanket decisions, make a new one for Joe as the weather will be colder soon and he is small. Maybe you could try and join two love birds squares a day and then you won’t feel guilty.

  17. Inge says:

    Very beautiful stich!
    Lovely colours.
    Thank you for sharing it!

  18. Snap says:

    How pretty! I googled and book marked You Tube. Thanks so much. Even more gorgeous … the last picture! :D :D

  19. Angélique says:

    Le premier c’est un snood? En tout cas tout est vraiment beau. Et ta princesse qui joue avec son bb on imite maman et Joseph ;-) bisous et bonne semaine

  20. Carolyn Geoffrey says:

    I am receiving your newsletter just fine, Angie.

    Christina is adorable…as are all your children :) Thank you for sharing photos of your lovely children :)

  21. Lyn Z... says:

    No trouble with the Newsletter on my end!!!
    And I Am SO GLAD cause L adore this little new stitch you’ve found and
    think it will work wonders for a new project I Am working on…. Think it would work ever so well for some wide straps for the bag I’m struggling with!!! Thanx~

  22. anny says:


  23. Barbina says:

    I love that stitch too! I made a striped scarf for my little sister with this stitch last year and it turned out really nice.
    I´m always getting your newsletter, no problems at all.
    Lots of love to you and your family! xxBarbina

  24. Sofia says:

    I have this stitch in my notebook projects to do. It’s just lovely.
    Hope to see the blanket with this stich.

  25. Barbara says:

    thanks so much for a “new” stitch. I cannot read crochet directions but this is the 2nd stitch I’ve learned from watching youtube. I’m so glad you shared this because I was looking for something different. I’m soon to be 77 and I’m trying to use up all the yarn I’ve collected over the years and I’ve always had the idea that one should learn at least One new thing each day. So today I’ve learned the new stitch and will be using the last bits of my collection. Thanks again.

  26. Hazel says:

    That is a very lovely stitch! Cute picture of your daughter too. x

  27. Marcia says:

    É um lindo ponto mesmo!

  28. janie says:

    O-O-O-O!!!!! I know how I am going to do my next winter-warm scarf!! Thanks for sharing.

  29. penelope says:

    Love it♫♫

  30. Flo H says:

    Hi Angie, so glad little Joe’s tummy is feeling better and you seem to be also, Pretty soon he’ll be crawling around and wanting to play with his sisters.
    About your web page. sometimes I have to click onto the inbox to bring it in again and then on your email to get the blue color onto the writing and click on it the 2nd time to come up. Oh, Angie, your work is so nice and even. I tried knitting again to knit some booties for the church program but the ends are so loose and I pull the ends tight. I like the knitting cause it is much softer.
    Take care, Hugs, Flo

  31. wendy says:

    That stitch is great and will make for an interesting blanket, anything really!! Gorgeous daughter you have, well all 3 are beautiful, but you know that ☺☺ Glad little Joe is much better.

  32. barbara reichard says:

    receiving the newsletter.
    The stitch is wonderful, im going to search it today. thanks for sharing.

  33. Kathy says:

    Thanks for the tip on the new stitch! Love your blog… :)

  34. CrochetHappy says:

    So that is what it is called! I’ve used it a time or two but didn’t know it had a name! Lovely…it is great for scarves and pillows.

    TracyAnn from and

  35. Teje says:

    Hi Angie, sorry I haven’t visit you for a while. I didn’t got any e-mail lately about your posts and thought you are busy with your sweet baby. He is so cute! This new crochet looks great. I have made so much crochet with 2 chains and that looks so different because it makes the square. This is perfect for lots of things! x Teje

  36. Lorena says:

    That is soooo nice.

  37. Lily says:

    I love the moss stitch. I am going to look it up and have a go. It looks particularly nice in the bright colour you have used. xxx

  38. Soleil says:

    Love your colourful cowl in the moss stitch, about which I never heard before. So I’ll try it also.
    Your lovely Christina ♥ at the picture wearing so nice dress, also I see the mittens…
    Hug you, Angie! Xx
    Olga ☼

  39. Ethel says:

    Thats for sharing the moss stitch. You make it look sooooooo beautiful :)

  40. Helen says:

    You’re inspiring to me! I love your color choices, your outlook on things, and you have an absolutely beautiful baby boy!!

  41. tammy algiere says:

    Hello, I am one of the ones not receiveing the newsletter. Ive tryed twice to resubscribe without sucess. Im not sure what else to do at this point. Any help would be great as I love your blog and look forward to seeing what youve been up to and of course the adorable baby pics!

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  43. Mandy Jo says:

    This is one of my favorite stitches. The color change is lovely! I hae not tried it by changing the colors and look forward to experimenting! I love how this stitch looks on a hat, too:

    You’ll have to scroll down a few photos to see a hat made with that stitch.

    Thank you for the inspiration!

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