Crochet Terms

Tuesday, February 26, 2013


I still consider my self new to crocheting. I am still learning the terms and techniques that might be useful for me.

When I first saw a crochet pattern and see all the abbreviations, I was like reading a paper with unknown language. Lol. Thank God my husband is so patient with me and he taught me how to read a crochet pattern, as well as the crochet terms and abbreviations.

So I made this chart just in case you want to learn how to crochet. Just click on the photo to enlarge.



Next time, I will teach you how to make single crochet, double crochet, etc. 

Happy crocheting!

5 comments:

  1. Naku may mga terms pa palang ganyan! Crocheting is such a dedicated art tlga. Sana ma try ko someday.

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  2. Wow! That's a lot to learn. I am a little interested in scrapbooking but it is an expensive hobby. I saw a shop in multiply yarnsourcemanila.multiply.com and thought of you.

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  3. When I saw crocheted products at the SM MOA, I thought it might be made by you!!!

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  4. I just observed that UK term is one level lower than American. In UK dc is just sc for american.

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  5. I learned how to crochet in high school. I managed to make a big doilie coz it was easier than doing something rectangular or square shape. :)

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