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How to read a crochet chart – Part II

How to read a crochet chart – Part II

What an overwhelming response there was to How to read a crochet chart Part I! If you haven’t had a chance to read it, I hope you will. This post is going to expand on what we learned and get into what clusters and groupings look like when reading a chart.

In How to read a crochet chart part I we learned that each stitch has a corresponding symbol. We also learned that each row on a chart has an indicator number at the end to help you keep track or the row you’re on (that’ is only for square charts, circular charts don’t have number, but we’ll get to that in another lesson).

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Comments

  1. Sedie, I love you! This has explained crochet diagrams the same way that football was patiently explained by an old friend.

  2. Looking forward to learning how to read ones in the round! Thank you for explaining so simply and clearly!!

  3. This is so awesome, you are a treasure for doing this!!!!! Thank you!

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