School Spirit Crocheted Blanket

school spirit crocheted blanket

I recently crocheted a blanket from the book One Skein Baby Projects from  It was an adorable Teddy Bear with a blanket attached to it.  If you would like to see that project, just click HERE.

I really loved the look of the stitch from that blanket, so I decided to make a larger blanket with that same stitch for my daughter. I found out that the name of this stitch is the Suzettee stitch.

Suzettee stitch school spirit crocheted blanket

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I used the Icelandic and Grey Heather yarn from Red Heart Yarn.  For some visual interest, I alternated between wide and narrow stripes on the blanket.  I purchased these colors of yarn just because I really liked them when I saw them in the store.  Once I got them home my daughter mentioned that it there was light blue, grey and white in the blanket, which are her school colors . . . so I guess that decided who the blanket was going to be made for.


The basic blanket starts off with a chain stitch, then you single crochet into every stitch for the first row.  For the next row you do a single crochet and a double crochet into the same stitch, skip a stitch, then do a single crochet and a double crochet into the next stitch, skip a stitch . . . continue like this for the whole row.  When you come back for the next pass, you are doing a single crochet and a double crochet into every single crochet stitch for the row before.


The border is simply two rows of single crochet.


I really like that this blanket does not have a lot of open holes in it.  The stitches create a very solid looking blanket that does not have a lot of open spaces, but it is also very soft and flexible.

Links for Shopping

If you would like to purchase the One Skein Baby Projects book, you can find it on Amazon by clicking HERE.

If you would like to purchase the yarn that I used in this project, that is also available on Amazon by clicking HERE.

Have me make it for you!

Another option for you is to have me make a school spirit crocheted blanket for you. I am now selling my maroon and gold blanket in my store. Contact me at shawnmosch at gmail to order yours in custom colors for your team.


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7 Responses

  1. Do you do a single crochet and double crochet in the same stitch, skip a stitch, then repeat or is it a sc in one stitch, dc in next stitch, etc?

    1. It is a single crochet and a double crochet in the same stitch, skip a stitch . . . repeat that all the way across for the row.

    1. Cathy . . . this blanket is based off a baby blanket pattern I had, which called for 66 chains to start with. I believe I did this one 165 chains, and I believe it was a G size hook.

  2. Thanks so much! I have two daughters that I still need to make blankets for and I love the way yours turned out.

  3. Your result is really pretty. Thanks for sharing with us at Creatively Crafty Link Party #CCBG

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