Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart
When you first start out in this wonderful hobby of crochet you may not realise that there is a U.K terminology and U.S terminology when it comes to the crochet stitches.
It may seem strange because the stitches are exactly the same but have different names. I mean as if learning crochet wasn’t enough, you have to consider the difference in stitch terms too.
But please don’t let this put you off or make you feel intimidated. Crochet is a great hobby and craft and once learnt you will love it! All my YouTube Tutorials are designed for everyone to follow. I always use easy step by step instructions with a gentle learning pace. Ideal for beginners and all levels of learning.
Same Stitch, Different Terms
I often get told on my crochet tutorials that I have said the wrong stitches but this is not the case, it’s because I use U.K terminology and the person asking is from the USA.
Even though I do clearly state at the beginning of every video that my tutorials are in U.K terms it can still be confusing for some subscribers. Especially as quite a number of my viewers are from the USA whilst I am based in the U.K.
So I now include the link to my crochet stitch conversion chart on every crochet tutorial. Hopefully, this will become a really useful reference guide for my lovely subscribers to use too.