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    Crochet Pattern Terms: US & UK Differences

    In the world of crochet, just like so many other things, the US and the UK don’t follow the same terms. Why can’t the two go together and make our lives simpler!! But, no worries... We are going to cover the whole lot and how the US (or American English) terms are different from the UK (or British English) terms.

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    Size Conversion Charts for Knitting Needles & Crochet Hooks

    When it comes to knitting needles and crochet hooks, the sizes are referred in different ways thanks to the differences in the US and the UK measurement systems. When you are using a pattern that mentions a specific needle or hook size, you need a handy conversion chart for knitting needles and crochet hooks.

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    Common Terms & Symbols in Crochet & Knit Patterns

    As we all know, there are some terms and abbreviations that are commonly used in patterns for crochet and knit. And these abbreviations are specific to each type of craft, be it crochet or knit. But, some terms and symbols are standard in both types of patterns, crochet and knit.

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    Knit Abbreviations

    Not sure what abbreviations mean in the knit patterns? Check out our handy glossary of knit abbreviations table to help you understand the patterns easily!

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    Crochet Abbreviations

    There are some common crochet abbreviations that are used in patterns and there’s no explanation about them in the pattern. For a newbie, it can seem like gibberish or a completely different language. But, once you get used to these abbreviations and what they mean, you’ll be reading patterns like a pro!