Crochet terms (VocabGrabber)

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  1. attach
    be in contact with
    Attach the yarn to the edge of your knitting with a slip
    stitch and chain X stitches.
  2. button
    a round fastener sewn to shirts and coats
    This issue we’ll be looking at adding a couple of
    decorative crocheted edgings and crocheted button loops
    to your knitted items.
  3. button hole
    a hole through which buttons are pushed
    Crocheted button loops

    Ever finished a cardigan and realized you forgot all about
    making the button holes?
  4. cardigan
    a knitted sweater that can be fastened up the front
    Crocheted button loops

    Ever finished a cardigan and realized you forgot all about
    making the button holes?
  5. cast off
    get rid of
    Attach your yarn (or continue using the yarn you have
    used to cast off) to the edge
    with a slip stitch and *insert
    the hook into the outermost edge of the knitting to
    the RIGHT, grab the yarn with the crochet hook...

    ...and pull it through.
  6. chain
    a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament
    For larger points, simply add more
    chain stitches and for more widely space points, do more
    single crochet between points.
  7. chain stitch
    a looped stitch resembling the links of a chain
    For larger points, simply add more
    chain stitches and for more widely space points, do more
    single crochet between points.
  8. crochet
    needlework by interlocking stitches with a hooked needle
    Why knitters need
    a ( crochet) hook, part
    II. Hi everybody!
  9. crochet hook
    a needle with a hook on the end; used in crocheting
    Attach your yarn (or continue using the yarn you have
    used to cast off) to the edge
    with a slip stitch and *insert
    the hook into the outermost edge of the knitting to
    the RIGHT, grab the yarn with the crochet hook...

    ...and pull it through.
  10. crochet stitch
    any one of a number of stitches made by pulling a loop of yarn through another loop with a crochet needle
    References:

    The
    Knitter’s Book of Finishing Techniques by Nancie
    M. Wiseman

    The
    Crochet Stitch Bible by Betty Barnden
  11. crocheting
    needlework done by interlocking looped stitches with a hooked needle
    (Single crocheting over the chained loop stabilizes the
    button loop and keeps it from becoming looser with time.)
  12. finishing
    a decorative texture or appearance of a surface
    References:

    The
    Knitter’s Book of Finishing Techniques by Nancie
    M. Wiseman

    The
    Crochet Stitch Bible by Betty Barnden
  13. hole
    an opening into or through something
    Crocheted button loops

    Ever finished a cardigan and realized you forgot all about
    making the button holes?
  14. hook
    a mechanical device that is curved or bent to suspend or hold or pull something
    Why knitters need
    a (crochet) hook, part
    II. Hi everybody!
  15. insert
    introduce
    Attach your yarn (or continue using the yarn you have
    used to cast off) to the edge
    with a slip stitch and * insert
    the hook into the outermost edge of the knitting to
    the RIGHT, grab the yarn with the crochet hook...

    ...and pull it through.
  16. join
    cause to become joined or linked
    (Here I have chained 3 stitches
    after joining.)
  17. joining
    the act of bringing two things into contact
    (Here I have chained 3 stitches
    after joining.)
  18. knit
    make by needlework with interlacing yarn
    This issue we’ll be looking at adding a couple of
    decorative crocheted edgings and crocheted button loops
    to your knitted items.
  19. knitted
    made by intertwining threads in a series of connected loops rather than by weaving
    This issue we’ll be looking at adding a couple of
    decorative crocheted edgings and crocheted button loops
    to your knitted items.
  20. knitter
    someone who makes garments by intertwining yarn or thread
    Why knitters need
    a (crochet) hook, part
    II. Hi everybody!
  21. knitting
    needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine
    There are several
    methods of knitting picot
    edgings -  I’ve
    written about one
    of them before,
    but the crocheted picot
    edging has a couple of
    advantages: you might find
    it a bit quicker and easier
    and it can be added on – or
    removed for that matter
    - later!
  22. needle
    a sharp pointed implement (usually steel)
    Then grab the yarn once again, and pull it through both
    loops on the needle.
  23. picot
    an edging of small loops, as on lace or ribbon
    Crochet picot edging

    I love picot edges!
  24. single crochet
    a crochet stitch
    This issue
    is a continuation of last
    issue’s

    Why
    knitters need a (crochet)
    hook and
    I’m going to be using some of the techniques described
    (slip stitch crochet and
    single crochet) in the following
    techniques, so if you’re
    not familiar with croch
  25. slip stitch
    a loose stitch catching only a thread or two of fabric
    Why knitters need a (crochet) hook and
    I'm going to be using some of the techniques described ( slip stitch crochet and
    single crochet) in the following
    techniques, so if you're not familiar with crochet
  26. stabilize
    support and make steadfast
    (Single crocheting over the chained loop stabilizes the
    button loop and keeps it from becoming looser with time.)
  27. stitch
    a link or loop or knot made by an implement in knitting, crocheting, embroidery, or sewing
    This issue
    is a continuation of last
    issue’s

    Why
    knitters need a (crochet)
    hook and
    I’m going to be using some of the techniques described
    (slip stitch crochet and
    single crochet) in the following
    techniques, so if you’re
    not familiar with crochet
    terms and wonder what I’m
    talking about, check that
    out first.
  28. technique
    a practical method or art applied to some particular task
    This issue
    is a continuation of last
    issue’s

    Why
    knitters need a (crochet)
    hook and
    I’m going to be using some of the techniques described
    (slip stitch crochet and
    single crochet) in the following
    techniques, so if you’re
    not familiar with crochet
    terms and wonder what I’m
    talking about, check that
    out first.
  29. terms
    status with respect to the relations between people or groups
    This issue
    is a continuation of last
    issue’s

    Why
    knitters need a (crochet)
    hook and
    I’m going to be using some of the techniques described
    (slip stitch crochet and
    single crochet) in the following
    techniques, so if you’re
    not familiar with crochet
    terms and wonder what I’m
    talking about, check that
    out first.
  30. turn
    move around an axis or a center
    Turn the work and crochet a chain large enough for the
    button to slip through.
  31. yarn
    a fine cord of twisted fibers used in sewing and weaving
    Attach the yarn to the edge of your knitting with a slip
    stitch and chain X stitches.

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