How to Crochet the Suzette Stitch – Free Photo Tutorial

Last Updated on May 1, 2022

Learn how to crochet the Suzette Stitch with an easy photo-tutorial!
I love textured crochet stitches, and the Suzette stitch forms such a beautiful fabric.
If you haven’t tried it yet, I’m sure you are going to be hooked!
This crochet Suzette stitch is an easy one row repeat, and the great thing about it is that it’s reversible so it looks the same on both sides!

how to crochet the suzette stitch

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So, What is the Suzette Stitch?

The Suzette crochet stitch is a one row repeat stitch, using only two stitches; single crochet and double crochet.
Working back and forth, you crochet the 2 stitches into the single crochet only, this is a total mindless and relaxing crocheting.
This easy stitch repetition forms a dense and extra cozy fabric, with a nice and modern texture. 
The Suzette stitch can also be worked in a corner to corner (C2C) method, if you’re not a big fan of counting stitches, you should try it!

corner to corner different stitches

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What Projects Can You Make With the Suzette Stitch?

Because this stitch creates a dense and reversible fabric, it has so many uses, such as:

  • Cozy and squishy blankets
  • Warm and unique textured scarf
  • The dense and soft fabric is perfect for Washcloths and dishcloths
  • I have used this stitch for the Suzette Hanging Basket
crochet wall hanging basket pattern

Is the Suzette Stitch a Beginner Friendly Crochet Stitch?

Well, the simple answer is yes! Because the pattern is using only two basic crochet stitches, and you repeat them throughout the pattern.
And even though you work the two stitches into the same stitch, it’s still easy to identify the single crochet you are crocheting into.
So if you are a beginner crocheter and want to learn a new stitch, learning how to crochet the Suzette stitch is a great option!

how to crochet the suzette stitch

Looking for More Crochet Stitches? Check out these other stitch tutorials on the blog:

  1. Mini Bean Stitch
  2. Primrose Stitch
  3. Moss Stitch (in 3 different ways)
  4. Tree Branch Stitch
  5. Lace Flower Stitch

How to Crochet the Suzette Stitch

Skill level – easy

Materials I used for this tutorial
– 6.0 / J mm Furls Crochet hook
– For this pattern I used Knit PIcks – Comfy Worsted yarn by WeCrochet – Worsted (#4) weight yarn. You can find this yarn HERE.

Abbreviations (US)
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet


  • The pattern is a multiple of 2 stitches; the Suzette stitch [1sc, 1dc], with an additional of 1 chain.
  • ch1 does not count as a stitch at the beginning of the row.
  • I love starting with a first row of sc for a nicer look, you can skip this row and start working the Suzette stitch into the chains.

Crochet Suzette Stitch Written Instructions and Photo Tutorial

crochet suzette stitch

Chain an odd number of chains.

Row 1: 1sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1sc in each ch to the end of the row, turn.

Row 2: ch1, [1sc, 1dc] in 1st sc, skip next sc.
* [1sc, 1dc] in next sc, skip next sc; Repeat from * to last sc, 1sc in last sc, turn. 

suzette stitch crochet blanket

Row 3:
 ch1, [1sc, 1dc] in 1st sc, skip next dc.
* [1sc, 1dc] in next sc, skip next dc; Repeat from * to last sc, 1sc in last sc, turn. 

suzette stitch free pattern

Continue working row 3.


crochet suzette stitch

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  1. I LOVE this stitch so much! It’s perfect for blankets. I appreciate starting out with a nice and neat single crochet row too. Just finished a baby blanket and immediately starting another lap blanket. Thank you for this great pattern!

    1. I’m so glad you enjoy this stitch Debbi! I’m sure your blankets turn out so beautiful and soft with this stitch!

  2. Carolyne (Dolson) Lain

    I would like to crochet a plant hanging basked with crocheted hangers (hanging strips) to be joined at the top – to put on a ceiling hook. Would you have a pattern for what I am looking for, using the Suzette Stitch. It is such a beautiful stitch and I think it would be beautiful holding spider plants, etc. Thank you for any help you can give me.

    1. Hi Carolyne,

      Unfortunately, I don’t have a pattern for this kind of plant hanger.
      I’m sorry I can’t be more of a help,

  3. I totally love this stitch- it makes a beautiful pattern and is so easy-I’ve made dish cloths and potholders with the cotton yarns that are a little coarse and bath cloths with the softer cotton yarn and I want to make a scarf with maybe a wool blend and I’m thinking about making a runner for my buffet using the thinner cotton thread—it’s so nice to work a pattern that I don’t have to keep looking at to get it right-this is easy but the finished piece looks like it was complicated to do-and the pattern was free! Thank you so much-

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