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Suzette Market Bag

By: Raine Eimre from HandmadebyRaine
Updated May 27, 2020
Suzette Market Bag
Suzette Market Bag

"Here is the new pattern to crochet Suzette market bag! It’s easy! It is made with modified Suzette stitch. I have always liked crocheting Suzette stitch which is sc+dc in the same space. So when I was making my wine totes for Christmas fair last year, I wanted to add a pattern in addition to the shell stitch tote. I used Suzette stitch and added a chain between each sc+dc to make it look more sheer. And I crocheted in continuous rounds to get the spiral texture of the tote."

Easy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge5 sc = 1 inch
5 x sc rows = 1 inch

Finished Size12.5 in wide and 13 in long

Materials List

  • Lion Brand Re-Up 4 skeins

Instructions

Bag Base

  1. Make a magic ring.

  2. R1 – sc 8 in the ring, sl st in 1st sc.

  3. R2 – ch 1 and sc 2 in each sc (16 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  4. R3 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in the next sc) 8 times (24 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  5. R4 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 2 next sc) 8 times (32 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  6. R5 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 3 next sc) 8 times (40 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  7. R6 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 4 next sc) 8 times (48 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  8. R7 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 5 next sc) 8 times (56 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  9. R8 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (56 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  10. R9 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 6 next sc) 8 times (64 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  11. R10 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (64 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  12. R11 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 7 next sc) 8 times (72 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  13. R12 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (72 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  14. R13 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 8 next sc) 8 times (80 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  15. R14 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (80 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  16. R15 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 9 next sc) 8 times (88 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  17. R16 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (88 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  18. R17 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 10 next sc) 8 times (96 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  19. R18 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (96 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  20. R19 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 11 next sc) 8 times (104 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  21. R20 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (104 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  22. R21 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 12 next sc) 8 times (112 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  23. R22 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (112 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  24. R23 – ch 1, (sc 2 in the next sc, sc 1 in each next 13 next sc) 8 times (120 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

  25. R24 – ch 1 and sc 1 in each sc (120 sc), sl st in 1st sc.

Bag Body

  1. Modified Suzette stitch: Ch 1 and sc in beginning space, insert stitch marker in that 1st sc, dc in same space, ch 1, skip 2 sc, *sc+dc+ch in the next sc, skip 2 sc, repeat from*

  2. Continuous rounds: after last 2 skipped sc start new round with sc+dc+ch in the next sc (ch and dc of previous round will be skipped), there is no end or beginning of round and you can move the stitch marker up on each round (please see the video for exact stitch placement).

  3. Make 28 rounds.

Edge and Handles

  1. After last sc+dc+ch skip ch+dc (as before) and sc in next sc, insert stitch marker in that sc, it’s the beginning of round.

  2. Sc in each ch-space, dc and sc; sc 2 in last ch-space to have total of 120 sc, sc in next sc and move stith marker in that sc (it’s the beginning sc of new round).
    Sc in each sc and make total of 5 continuous rounds moving stitch marker up on each round 1st sc.

  3. Sc in each next 20 sc, ch 80 for the first handle, skip 26 sc, sc in each next 34 sc, ch 80 for the second handle, skip 26 sc, sc 14.

  4. Sc in each next 19 sc, optional: make spike stitch in the next (insert hook in space below sc on previous round) to make strong handle corner; sc in each handle ch, make spike st in 1st sc, sc 1 in each next 32 sc, make spike st in the next sc, sc in each handle ch, make sprike st in 1st sc, sc 1 in each next 13 sc.

  5. Sc 1 in each sc for 3 more rounds, sl st in 1st sc, fasten off.

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