Crochet Stitch Summary Chart

Hopefully my step by step guide to crochet stitches has helped you in your happy hooking journey!

I’ve summarise these stitch techniques into a chart to help as a quick reminder.

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19 thoughts on “Crochet Stitch Summary Chart

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  3. Thanks for the chart. Like most New Zealanders I learned British stitches. I go to the public library here and all except one of the books that they have are American!

  4. Thanks for this, I’m in the uk but learnt with Craftsy and can only follow American patterns. I’ve ‘pinned’ this so I don’t loose it! 😀✂️😀

  5. Exactly what I wanted! Thank you!!! Now I don’t have to flip through my beginner book to remind myself what I’m doing!

  6. **just** what I’ve been looking for!!! I can’t tell you how often I start a pattern in US terms – initially remembering to translate to UK …. and then realise I stopped translating some where & have to rip back & start all over again 🙂
    Thanks!!

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  8. Great chart, just what I have been looking for, I have been dipping in and out of learning to crochet for about a year and not got very far but I love all things crochet and I am determined to learn! Thanks 🙂

    • Really pleased to hear you like the crochet chart. I find it really helps as a quick stitch reminder. I’m pretty new to crochet myself and remember those early days of frustration! Hope my step by step crochet stitches guides help too with the learning. Good luck, would love to hear how you get on. X

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