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How to read a crochet chart – Part I

How to read a crochet chart – Part I

One of the things that comes up over and over again when I share patterns, especially foreign patterns that use charts, on the Facebook page is that many people don’t know how to read crochet charts. I’m not at all surprised it’s not something you just pick up along the way, you have to have a really good reason and sometimes a really good teacher.

I’ve decided to create this series for two reasons:

  1. Because I want to keep sharing amazing crochet patterns that I find
  2. Because I want my friends to be able use the charts to create amazing crochet

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Comments

  1. Thank you so much! I have been looking for a chart tutorial for a very long time.

  2. I like the idea of this chart. Where can I see a full pattern using this chart?

    • Hey Billie, unfortunately this is just a sample chart that was made up just for this lesson.

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