I’ve recently learnt to crochet and I LOVE IT! For me, it’s about only having to have one stitch on your hook at anytime and the creative freedom.
The biggest hurdle I had to get my head around was the fact that us Brits and our hooky friends in the US use different names for the same stitch. Each time I thought I had ‘mastered’ a stitch, I would pick up a book or pattern and find it was written in the opposite terms and then couldn’t work out which stitch to use!
So, incase any of you have also experienced this problem, I thought I would put together a few crochet stitch guides to make this hooky world a little clearer. I hope you find them useful too.
Crochet Stitch Summary Chart
The Granny Square
Attic 24′s Crochet Flowers
Quick and Easy Chain Stitch Bracelet
Quick and Easy First Crochet Makes
The Slip Knot
The Chain Stitch
The Slip Stitch
The UK Double, US Single Stitch
The UK Half Treble, US Half Double Stitch
The UK Treble, US Double Stitch
The UK Double Treble, US Treble Stitch
The UK Triple Treble, US Double Treble Stitch
The Magic Crochet Ring
Attic 24 Granny Blanket and Edging