verb (used with or without object), cro·cheted [kroh-sheyd; British kroh-sheyd, -sheed] /kroʊˈʃeɪd; British ˈkroʊ ʃeɪd, -ʃid/, cro·chet·ing [kroh-shey-ing; British kroh-shey-ing, -shee-ing] /kroʊˈʃeɪ ɪŋ; British ˈkroʊ ʃeɪ ɪŋ, -ʃi ɪŋ/.
Origin of crochet
Related formscro·chet·er [kroh-shey-er; British kroh-shey-er, -shee-] /kroʊˈʃeɪ ər; British ˈkroʊ ʃeɪ ər, -ʃi-/, nounwell-cro·cheted, adjective
Examples from the Web for crochet
They had to crochet afghans or be doing something else productive.
Fine mercerised cotton, or crochet silk thread is used with a fine hook.Needlework Economies|Various
I am anxious to have another lesson in that new kind of crochet.The Lady of the Forest|L. T. Meade
But she never expressed an opinion; she listened in silence and went on with her crochet work.Married|August Strindberg
Work over the top of the border a crochet edging similar to that round the diamond pattern of collar No. 49.Beeton's Book of Needlework|Isabella Beeton
Three 3-chain crochet, double crochet over the long stitches of preceding row; repeat.