When I first started learning crochet, I thought, “Geez! I didn’t realize I was signing up for a foreign language course!” I thought my college days were behind me! Have you ever felt the same way? Because it’s true – crochet does have it’s own mini language. And it can definitely be intimidating and overwhelming when you first begin. But here’s the good news…your exams are always open book! So, fear no more! Keep this Crochet Abbreviations Quick Reference Card (Free Printable) handy and you’ll be able to approach any crochet pattern with the confidence of a student who knows they’re going to nail that test!
Organized A to Z, you’ll be able to quickly locate the abbreviation and it’s translation. I’ve included variations on the abbreviation when common as well. The quick reference card is formatted in a standard 8.5 x 11 paper size and can either be saved as a file on your computer, or can be printed – or both!
Click on the image below to be taken to the Resource Library where you can instantly download the Crochet Abbreviations Quick Reference Card PDF. (if you haven’t signed up to access the FREE Resource Library yet, you’ll be prompted to enter your name & email to access the download – I need to make sure you’re a real person!)
When you access the resource library, you’ll notice several other resources for you as well! Free free to look around and download any that will be helpful for you. I welcome you to join our Off the Beaten Hook community. I’m constantly adding new, free video tutorials, patterns, guides and quick reference cards to help you get the most out of your crochet adventures!
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