Crocheting abbreviations

Once you begin learning how to crochet, whether it’s by watching videos on YouTube or reading articles on blogs, it becomes apparent that UK terms and US terms differ. Sites usually make it clear which terms they are using before they begin, which is helpful but it can still be a bit confusing – and I tend to forget. For this reason, I have compiled a list of the most common stitches and put the UK and US terms side by side so it is easy to look back on, so I hope it helps you too. Good luck.
crochet abbreviations

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