Crochet term conversion chart

I use English crochet terms and have had to link to conversion charts for people who may prefer American terms so I thought I should create my own handy table for future use. Click on the image to open full size and print or right click and save to your computer. Enjoy!


12 thoughts on “Crochet term conversion chart

    • love love the giraffe. but not the directions. Would you mind using american terms for right handers? Thank you so much.

  1. I’m making your giraffe pattern right now. Thank you for the conversion chart to American terms. It’s greatly appreciated. I do have one question. When you say to “miss 1 stitch” in round 6 of the giraffe head or on any other decrease round, you actually mean skip a stitch, or is there supposed to be a decrease? Thank you for such a lovely pattern!

  2. Not sure but slip stitch is on twice(American side). Are the conversions suppose to go straight across? Trying to make phone pouch. Thanks☺

    • Yeah, I guess it’s not as clear as it could be – in English terminology a slip stitch and a single crochet stitch are the same thing. They’re both an American slip stitch.

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