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Suzette Stitch Ideas – Resources, Colorways and Inspiration!

It’s time for another stitch analysis, so sit back, relax, and learn more about Suzette Stitch!

Find more inspiration in my Recommendation Series, because I’ve analyzed lots of cool crochet stitches and projects there. Learn more about Star Stitch Ideas, Dune Blanket Ideas, or explore The Best Flowery Crochet Stitches.

This lovely crochet technique is great for blankets, accessories, and home decor because it’s dense and structural. Are you ready to learn more about it? Let’s go!

Grab your hook and chill

Suzette stitch is beginner-friendly, so don’t be intimidated by its wiggly structure! This dense technique uses only single crochet and double crochet in an interesting combination. Chill out and let yourself relax with this cute stitch!

Materials

You can use any yarn and corresponding hook you want, but remember that yarn weight will highly impact the final effect. You can find this information on the yarn label, so be sure that you know how to find them! To make sure the stitch looks exactly like you want it to, I recommend you make a crochet swatch first.

crochet bag pattern by make and do crew
photo by Make and Do Crew on makeanddocrew.com

How to make Suzette Stitch?

To learn how to make it, check out Make and Do Crew’s free pattern for Easy + Modern Bag in Suzette Stitch on makeanddocrew.com, or read more about this project on ravelry.com. You can also go straight to YouTube and see how it’s done in motion! A video tutorial is available here.

On top of that, check out my Crochet Roundup section to find more patterns under the pictures! I’m always linking to free and paid resources you can use on your crochet journey.

Talking about stitches…

Our growing website and library of free crochet patterns have some projects that might interest you, too. On top of that, my list of Stitch Series is still growing! For example, check out my article on Hugs and Kisses Blanket Ideas!

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Explore the article I wrote about Crochet Dishcloths because it’s full of cool ideas!

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Crochet Roundup

As usual, I tried to find the most beautiful version for you, and I found that I fulfilled your wishes 😉 What I love the most about these projects are fantastic colorways, because they inspire me the most!

Read closely to find free crochet patterns and other useful resources, and don’t forget to check out and follow the talented crocheters I featured today.

Ombre Suzette Blanket by Lesley

Choosing a self-striping yarn for your blanket project is one of the best decisions you can make as a beginner crocheter. Not only are you free to work on your stitches uninterrupted, but also there are no ends to weave in. Add a simple border, like Lesley, and you’ve made yourself a stunning handmade accessory.

photos by @crocheterinlalaland on Instagram: source

To make a similar blanket, check out the free crochet pattern for Suzette Stitch Blanket by Jessica Underwood, available on stitching-together.com.

Suzette Baby Blanket with Colorful Border by Bilkis Kashem Begum

This project is an inspiration for those of you, who are not sure about going full-rainbow mode. A simple white baby blanket becomes a showstopper – just add some colorful rows as a border. Pair it with a matching lovey and a fantastic baby shower gift is ready!

photos by @billies.crochet on Instagram: topbottom

To make a similar blanket, check out the free crochet pattern for Suzette Stitch Afghan Square by Sonya Blackstone, available on blackstone-designs.com. Multiply the stitches from the original pattern and add a colorful double crochet border.

Suzette Stitch Blanket by Handmade With Love Crafts

Irregular stripes create a truly eye-catching crochet blanket, especially when made with such beautiful colors. The crocheter behind Handmade With Love Crafts decided to pair white with shades of sea green and blue. I’m not sure if it’s striping yarn or two tones worked separately, but it sure is stunning!

photos by @handmadewithlove__crochet on Instagram: source

To make a similar blanket, check out the free crochet pattern for Striped Suzette Stitch Baby Blanket by Dana Nield, available on dananield.com.

Suzette Stitch Blanket by HomeDryGoods

HomeDryGoods’ crochet blanket is soft both in texture and in the color palette. Caron Cotton Cakes yarn ensures a fantastic stitch definition and a beautifully designed colorway. This particular project uses a Blush & Bloom palette and is worked in rows synchronized with the changing colors.

photos by @homedrygoods on Instagram: source

To make a similar blanket, check out the free crochet pattern for Suzette Stitch Blanket by Jessica Underwood, available on stitching-together.com.

Suzette Stitch Blanket by The Crocheted Cabin

What may at first look like a strange set of colors, works great in The Crocheted Cabin’s blanket. The author used Deramores Studio Aran acrylic yarn, which is very affordable and durable. These qualities make your crochet blanket very versatile, so consider it as an alternative to wool.

photos by @thecrochetedcabin on Instagram: topbottom

Learn how to crochet suzette stitch by following the free tutorial by Rose Hudd, available on memorylanecrochet.co.uk.

Suzette Stitch Striped Blankets by Hookers & Clickers

Both of the photos below feature two-toned suzette stitch blankets but in quite different colorways. However, both were made for charity by the members of a crochet group called Hookers & Clickers. Which do you prefer – beige and blue, or beige with coral?

photos by @hookclickforcharity on Instagram: topbottom

To make a similar blanket, check out the free crochet pattern for Striped Suzette Stitch Baby Blanket by Dana Nield, available on dananield.com.

Rosy Suzette Blanket by Pam Lambert

Rosy hues and neutrals are one of the most beloved palettes for baby blankets because it’s a classic baby girl theme. Pam decided to make the stripes irregular, but what caught my eye was the lovely border. Take a look at the photos and get inspired!

photos by @strictlyhooked on Instagram: source

To make a similar blanket, use the free crochet pattern for Sweet Suzette Dishcloth by Jessica Underwood, available on stitching-together.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

Suzette Stitch by Desert Blossom Crafts

As you can see below, rich fuchsia is a great color to go for, because it’s versatile and fun! It will look elegant in classic interiors, but can also be playful when paired with more colorful decor. Rachel from Desert Blossom Crafts chose this fantastic yarn for her stitch tutorial, which I linked under the photo. Be sure to check it out!

red crochet swatch and hands
photos by Desert Blossom Crafts on desertblossomcrafts.com

Find free crochet tutorial on desertblossomcrafts.com.

Suzette Stitch by By Little Blue

Self-striping yarn is a perfect choice for all of you, who don’t like weaving in ends, but love colorful designs. The Unicorn colorway of Lion Brand Mandala yarn is a lovely choice for many different projects. As you can see in the photos, it goes from hues of pink to greenish blues – making this blanket a great idea for a baby shower gift.

pink and grey crochet stitch
photos by @bylittleblue on Instagram: source

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Suzette Stitch Blanket by The Crochet Attic

You can achieve delicate color changes by choosing different hues of the same color together, just like in the blanket below. Crocheter behind The Crochet Attic decided to go for rosy waves, going from fuchsia to white again and again. These colors combined with suzette stitch create the loveliest structural pattern. Isn’t it beautiful?

photos by @thecrochetattic on Instagram: topbottom

To make a similar blanket, check out the free crochet pattern for Suzette’s Chunky Afghan
by Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots, available on ravelry.com.

Rose Suzette Stitch Blanket by Kaidalys

Rosy tones work great with warm yellowish creams, so check out the colorway Kaidalys chose for her project! You can see it in the pictures below. Wide stripes of colors help the structural suzette stitch sing, so choose it if you are looking for a simple and easy-to-make technique.

photos by @kaidalys on Instagram: topbottom

To make a similar project, you can use a free crochet pattern for Suzette Blanket by Sharon Hansen, available from yarnmare.blogspot.com.

Suzette Stitch Blanket by Amy Perry

Irregular rainbow stripes are such a good idea! Bright colors one by one can be a little bit too much for some of us, but I’m a big fan of Amy’s work. Take a look at the top photo, too – as you can see, she uses clothespins for her yarn swatches, so that choosing color palettes is easier!

photos by @crochetedwithhoney on Instagram: topbottom

Learn how to crochet suzette stitch by following the free tutorial by Rose Hudd, available on memorylanecrochet.co.uk.

Color Block Suzette Stitch Blanket by The Crocheted Cabin

Bold color blocking with primary colors is definitely a statement! Medium-width stripes look great here, and the moss stitch border adds even more playfulness to the project. Take a look below and see, how black and white break up the colors here and bring the Mondrian-inspired look!

photos by @thecrochetedcabin on Instagram: topbottom

To make a similar blanket, check out the free crochet pattern for Suzette’s Chunky Afghan
by Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots, available on ravelry.com.

Suzette Stitch Blanket by The Crochet Attic by Nikki

What a great colorway, don’t you agree? It’s a little bit retro, but with this amount of colors, you have control over which ones will play the main roles. Irregular stripes make the pattern look effortless, and Nikki’s choice of simple edging beautifully finishes it off.

photos by @thecrochetattic on Instagram: topbottom

Suzette Stitch and Hdc Blanket by Kaidalys

If you want to add a wow factor to your project, combine this stitch with simple rainbow stripes, just like Kaidalys did! Take a look below and see for yourself, how interesting it looks. It’s very simple, too – just add a couple of rows of solid half double crochet stitches.

photos by @kaidalys on Instagram: topbottom

If you are looking for more fun ways to apply this stitch, be sure to check out Suzette Hook Pouch by Sweet Bee Crochet, because it’s available as a free crochet pattern on sweetbeecrochet.com.

You may also like this tutorial: How to Crochet Alpine Stitch

Sugar Strands Blanket by Little Duck Crochet

Divide colorful stripes with simple white rows, so that every color has a place to shine! Ultra-talented crocheter behind Little Duck Crochet knows what works best, so be sure to check out her other creations. Go for the colorful palettes, like the one in the pictures, or choose your own favorite hues.

photos by @littleduckcrochet on Instagram: topbottom

You can purchase this beautiful crochet pattern through ravelry.com.

Textured Stripe Baby Blanket – Juicy Version by Sophie Stitches

Do you like tropical fruits? If so, make this juicy blanket and keep the summery feeling at hand at all times! Vibrant yellows, pinks, and oranges look great with greens, so be sure to balance your palette out. This stitch doesn’t need any additional decorations, because it creates a nice surface and is eye-catching on its own.

photos by @sophiestitches_uk on Instagram: topbottom

You can purchase this pattern through lovecrafts.com, or through ravelry.com.

Pastel Rainbow Suzette Blanket by The Crochet Attic by Nikki

A Pastel rainbow palette appears every time I write about a new crochet stitch because it looks in all of them! Nikki’s blanket is so delicate and sweet, I can’t stop looking at it. Take notice of how uniform her stitches are, and keep practicing to master them, too!

photos by @thecrochetattic on Instagram: topbottom

Suzette Stitch Blanket by Ros Jackson

The nautical theme is a fantastic choice for a baby blanket because it’s simply timeless! Ros chose three shades of blue, beige, and white, and went for regular wide stripes. As you can see, the suzette stitch adds a lovely texture to this project, but the blanket remains soft and squishy.

photos by @rosalina641 on Instagram: topbottom

Ros used a free video tutorial for Suzette Baby Blanket by Amanda Crochets, available on youtube.com.

Textured Stripe Baby Blanket by Sophie Stitches

Neutral greys, beiges, and whites can be the base for any project, just like in the stunning piece below, made by Sophie. The only thing you need to do is add a color, for example, baby blue, or pale pink! The author of this blanket went for a simple crab stitch as the border, and I must admit that it looks lovely!

photos by @sophiestitches_uk on Instagram: topbottom

You can purchase this pattern through lovecrafts.com, or ravelry.com.

You may also like to learn… How To Crochet Granny Stripe Stitch + Video!

Suzette Stitch by Salomé Pires

Is there anything more satisfying than a perfectly blocked crochet stitch swatch? This beauty by Salome is almost ready to become a crochet dishcloth or a placemat! The dense, but textured nature of suzette stitch makes it perfect for home accessories. Are you sure you don’t need a new set of crochet dishcloths for your kitchen? 😉

photos by @a_sacana on Instagram: source

To make crochet dishcloths with this stitch, check out the free crochet pattern for Suzette Stitch Spa Washcloth by Katie Clary, which is available on ravelry.com.


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