US crochet conversion chart

crochet hooks in a ball of yarn

Here at Mollie Makes we’ve got loads of #molliemakers from the US (hey if you’re reading!). We thought it was about time we uploaded a US crochet conversion chart so all our American makers can join in on the action. Keep reading for your UK to US crochet conversions.

Once you’ve got your crochet terms down why not practise your skills on our projects! Then once you’re done share your pictures with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

US crochet conversions

Double crochet (dc)

US term: single crochet (sc)

One of the key stitches in crochet, doubles are simple, compact stitches that form a dense fabric. 

Half treble crochet (htr)

US term: half double crochet (hdc)

A handy stitch that’s between double and treble crochet in size, and looks slightly looser than double crochet. 

Treble crochet (tr)

US term: double crochet (dc)

One of the most popular stitches in crochet, this simple stitch is twice as high as a double crochet stitch.

Double Treble crochet (dtr)

US term: treble crochet (tr)

Triple Treble crochet (ttr)

US term: double treble crochet (dtr)

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