That's because crochet patterns are written using many abbreviations and terms,
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Most crochet stitches appear as abbreviations to save space on the written
instructions. For example, you'll see the abbreviation dc instead of double crochet
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Read the title of the crochet pattern. While it may seem too obvious, the title is the
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The first time you pick up a crochet pattern, it can be intimidating, with rows of
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