- 1A handicraft in which yarn is made up into a textured fabric by means of a hooked needle: [as modifier]: a crochet hookMore example sentences
- Just to the right of the tent, you would have found a group of eight women poised with their crochet hooks and knitting needles.
- I laid the blanket I had crocheted before I came to New France on my bed and put my knitting needles and crochet hooks in my workbag and then put it in the trunk.
- Do you have any statistics that support this, and any details on what type of people are picking up the knitting needles and crochet hooks these days?
- 1.1Crocheted fabric or items: the bikini is tiny, three triangles of cotton crochetMore example sentences
- The Federation Shield for craft was won by Mrs. Breda Phelan, for her beautiful cotton crochet tablecloth.
- Also on display are soft wood toys and dolls, puppets and lampshades in leather, ceramic and terracotta pottery, crochet laces, cotton durries, silver filigree and tribal embroidery.
- Grown-up gypsy chic can be found in spades there, where chiffon skirts offer a dressier alternative to cotton, alongside good-quality crochet shrugs in turquoise and raspberry.
verb (crochets /ˈkrəʊʃeɪz/, crocheting /-ʃeɪɪŋ/, crocheted /-ʃeɪd/)[with object] Back to top
- Make (a garment or piece of fabric) using crochet: she had crocheted the shawl herself [no object]: her mother had stopped crochetingMore example sentences
- When I pause in typing to think about the next sentence, I am crocheting a scarf that I promised to mail tomorrow.
- She crocheted this scarf.
- Queen Mary's Irish lace wedding dress was reputedly crocheted by three ladies from Foxpoint.
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- This would also work for knitters and crocheters, as a yarn storage solution.
- The council does not distinguish between knitting and crocheting, nor does it report the number of men who are skilled knitters or crocheters.
- There are department-store tents of amateur watercolourists, amateur kiddie crocheters, flower dryers, mud turners, cancerous candle makers, rag-doll knotters and metal benders.
mid 19th century: from French, diminutive of croc 'hook', from Old Norse krókr.
More definitions of crochetDefinition of crochet in:
- The US English dictionary