In keeping with the theme of stitch tutorials and crochet basics, I’m excited to share this suzette stitch tutorial.
It’s called by other names I’m sure, but after a lot of research, I’m sticking with suzette stitch in this tutorial.
This stitch is reversible, which means it looks the same from either side. That makes it perfect for things like blankets, coasters, dish cloths, anything where you want both sides to be nice and presentable.
The suzette stitch is very tight, which also makes it great for bags and purse, tops, bikini tops and bottoms, anywhere you don’t want a lot of gaps or “exposure” lol.
I used Rico creative cotton aran and a 4 mm crochet hook but you can use any size yarn and hook you have to spare, just to practice this suzette stitch.
If you’d like to see more crochet stitches, be sure to check out these stitches below.
1 Crochet Cross Over Stitch / 2 Crochet Solid Shell Stitch
If you’d like a video tutorial to follow along to, be sure to scroll down to the bottom.
Stitches Used & Code (US Term)
- ch = chain
- st = stitch(es)
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- sk = skip
- REP = repeat
- The suzette stitch is in a multiples of 2 ch. For the following instructions, I’m going to make 26 ch
- The suzette stitch is a one row repeat witch is row 2
- Can use in row or round. For the following written instructions, I’m going to make in a row
Crochet Suzette Stitch Written Instructions
Row 1: ch 26, (1 sc, 1 dc All into second ch from hook), *sk next ch, (1 sc, 1 dc All into next ch)* REP from *TO* until you have 2 ch left, sk next ch, 1 sc into last ch. Check picture below
Row 2: Turn, ch 1 (do not count as a st), (1 sc, 1 dc All into first st), *sk next st, (1 sc, 1 dc All into next st)* REP from *TO* until you have 2 st left, sk next st, 1 sc into last st. Check picture below
Repeat row 2 for remainder of project
HERE’S THE VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR THE SUZETTE STITCH
That’s all for this crochet suzette stitch tutorial!
I hope you learned something new. Are you ready to start making something with this stitch? I’d love to hear your ideas. Let me know in the comments.
Till next time,