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Learn to Crochet:
A Beginner's Guide

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I have a "step by step" list of stitch abbreviations and instructions
on my Crochet Basics page:
Once you familiarize yourself with the crochet abbreviations you can start reading patterns.

Step by step illustrations of the basic stitches can be found here also:

Sites with information on various specialty stitches are linked here:

I have a page about How to Read a Pattern:
you can find examples of pattern language explained in English.

I recommend the following patterns to begin with:
Crochet a dish cloth
Crochet a hanging dish towel
Crochet a scarf

There's a video available here called Crochet From Start To Finish*ing :

A nice DVD - I can't believe I'm Crocheting

I have a book available on my site called
"The Complete Idiot's Guide to Knitting and Crocheting"

You will be crocheting again in no time!
I'll be happy to help you understand any confusing pattern language.



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