• Useful And Downloadable Conversion Chart For American/British Crochet Stitches & Hook Sizes

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    Wouldn’t be great if all the patterns – whether they are UK or US- would come with a guide to the difference between US and UK crochet stitches?  Problem solved! This cute American/British Conversion Chart by Stacey of FreshStitches is exactly what you need! This is a handy cut-out you can download on her site and save it with you or in your folder where you save together all your printed crochet patterns. All you need to know now is if the pattern is American or UK and as long as you know the differences in terms, you’ll be fine. Cannot be simpler than that!

    Useful And Downloadable Conversion Chart For American/British Crochet Stitches & Hook Sizes

    Download a .pdf version of this chart at: FreshStitches

    Thanks to Stacey for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    32 Comments to Useful And Downloadable Conversion Chart For American/British Crochet Stitches & Hook Sizes

    1. One problem with the chart. UK terms uses “slip stitch” just like American. They don’t have a single crochet stitch. If the pattern doesn’t specify UK/American you know it is American if it includes any single crochet.

    2. Sylma Smith

      You forgot to add South Africa as a serous cricket playing nation!! Lol, love the way you made the distinction though, Thank you for the chart – I’m a South African living in the USA. Yes the patterns can get confusing and this is just the right size chart to keep with my work

    3. Love the note about cricket nations! I am a Scot living in New Zealand who taught myself to crochet four months ago using a British book and an American YouTube video. I had no idea there was a difference until something didn’t look quite right! Now I write in all the library books I get out which terminology they use! Hopefully stop others having to un-crochet too many times lol!

    4. I never knew there was a difference b/c I learned by watching my mother in law crochet. An instructor told me that I use the European technique. I still need lessons on reading instructions.

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