I have had you ask for a conversions chart for US to UK Crochet Terms. Something I wanted to make sure, was that anyone could make my patterns, so you can Create Your Adventure. That’s why I decided it was only right if I had a conversations charts for US to UK crochet terms. These may not all be used in my patterns, but they are all of them that I know. I have made sure reading this chart is pretty simple. It starts with abbreviations first and then the full wording of the term, as well as starting with US terms (since that is what my patterns are in US terms), and then going to UK terms.
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US to UK Crochet Terms
|US Terms||UK Terms|
|(CH) Chain||(CH) Chain|
|(SL ST) Slip Stitch||(SL ST) Slip Stitch|
|(SC) Single Crochet||(DC) Double Crochet|
|(HDC) Half Double Crochet||(HTC) Half Treble Crochet|
|(DC) Double Crochet||(TR) Treble Crochet|
|(TR) Treble Crochet||(DTR) Double Treble Crochet|
|(DTR) Double Treble Crochet||(TTR) Triple Treble Crochet|
|(TTR) Triple Treble Crochet||(QTR) Quadruple Treble Crochet|
|(REV SC) Reverse Single Crochet||(REV DC) Reverse Double Crochet|
|(YO) Yarn Over||(YOH) Yarn Over Hook|
Woohoo! You have just converted the terms in your pattern! 😀 I’m so happy for you. Crochet just became easier for you! If you use UK terms and I’ve missed any, I’ve love for you to let me know in the comments below so it can get even easier for the fam. 🙂
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