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About Crochet Symbol Charts

Crochet symbol charts are a diagram of a crochet pattern design looking at the design from the front, or right side, of the finished item. The stitch symbols are drawn as the stitches will look when looking at the design from the front.


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Crochet Symbols

Basic Stitches, Increase Stitches, Decrease Stitches, Foundation Stitches, Extended Stitches, Front and Back Post Stitches, Cluster Stitches, Puff, Bobble and Popcorn Stitches.


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Reading Charts Worked in Rows

Charts worked in rows are worked from the bottom of the chart upwards and are worked across one row, then the piece is turned and worked back in the other direction. On each alternate row you will be working across the front (right side) of the design and then back across the back (wrong side) of the design.


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Corner To Corner (C2C) Graph Tutorial - Even Number of Columns

On Corner To Corner (C2C) Stitch Graphs, each block/square on the graph represents one C2C component. The C2C Component is the same width and height, so each block on the graph is in the same proportion as a C2C Component.


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Bobble Stitch (Solid) Graph Tutorial - Extra Row of SC at Bottom and Side of Graph

On Bobble Stitch Graphs, each block/square on the graph represents a group of 4 stitches over 2 rows. The bottom row is 1 bobble stitch and 1 single crochet stitch. The top row is 2 single crochet stitches. The group of 4 stitches over 2 rows that make up each block is the same width and height, so each block on the graph is in the same proportion as the group of 4 stitches over 2 rows. For the extra row of single crochet added to the bottom and side of the graph, each square represents 1 single crochet stitch.


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