US to UK Crochet Terms Conversion Chart (or UK to US)
How to convert US to UK crochet terms (or convert UK to US crochet terms) with this useful conversion crochet terms chart. Simply refer to the chart, find the US or UK equivalent and easily translate the crochet pattern into US or UK terminology.
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US to UK Crochet Terms Conversion Chart
You’ve got your yarn, your hook and you’re ready to start your pattern when you read the fine print and see “written in UK terminology” (or US terminology if you’re used to UK crochet terms).
You don’t need to worry, translating the pattern into the terminology is super simple. Just follow this chart!
US Terms = UK Terms
slip stitch (sl st) = slip stitch (ss)
single crochet (sc) = double crochet (dc)
half double crochet (hdc) = half treble (htr)
double crochet (dc) = treble (tr)
treble (tr) = double treble (dtr)
double treble (dtr) = triple treble (trtr)
yarn over (yo) = yarn over hook (yoh)
For more information on US to UK Crochet Terms, The Spruce Crafts provides a really excellent overview.
Since we’re talking UK, I’ll end by saying Cheerio! which you can easily convert into…what’s the US equivalent? Cheers?!