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Free UK to US Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart - Free PDF Download

Free UK to US Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart - Free PDF Download

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The name of some crochet stitches in the US is slightly different to the UK. It can be confusing if you pick up a pattern written in the US style and your work may be wrong if you don't follow the pattern correctly. So, we've created this printable, comprehensive guide - The UK to US Crochet Conversion Chart.

It also has a handy 'How to' guide, explaining how to do each of the stitches! If you're still feeling confused or need some help check out our detailed Crochet Video Tutorials for most of the stitches on our YouTube Channel!

Download for free now and get immediate access - enjoy!



By downloading this free UK to US Conversion Chart you agree to the following:

This guide is copyright-protected and cannot be sold, transmitted, distributed or reproduced in any form or by any means. The pattern is watermarked and is therefore fully traceable back to the purchaser. However, you are welcome to donate, gift, and sell any of your finished items in small numbers (but not in large quantities, or as a business). If you sell your work please state 'Pattern by Wee Woolly Wonderfuls' in the description, and on the label.  

We are a small, independent UK business, please respect our copyright! Thank you.

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It's always handy to have a conversion chart to hand. Especially for the trebles.