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Crochet Guide

How to Crochet & Basic StitchesDividerBeyond Basic Stitches

How to Increase and DecreaseDividerThe Importance of Gauge

Crochet Hook Size ChartsDividerStandard Yarn Weights

Metric Conversation ChartDividerUnderstanding Abbreviations

How to Read Crochet PatternsDividerSymbol Crochet

Crochet TechniquesDividerBlocking Basics

How to Make a Center Pull BallDividerTatting

Crochet Stitch Guide
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There is something magical when a single strand of yarn and a single hook unite to form a complete piece of fabric. Crocheters really enjoy making that magic happen, as we create everything from dolls to blankets to sweaters and more.

Varying the size of the hook and the thickness of yarn or thread extend the range of what's possible, and when we expand our bag of tricks to include mastery of all the different stitches -- why, there's nothing we can't make happen in crochet.

From granny square afghans to fashion doll ball gowns, crocheters love the naturally tranquil rhythm of stitching as much as we love to show off and give away our finished masterpieces. And, we love to teach our craft.

So, whether you're finally ready to learn the basics or whether you're an accomplished crocheter, pull up a chair, invite a friend, and get ready for some fun on our Crochet pages. We know you'll have a thing or two to teach us before you know it!

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