Origin of crochet
OTHER WORDS FROM crochetcro·chet·er [kroh-shey-er; British kroh-shey-er, -shee-], /kroʊˈʃeɪ ər; British ˈkroʊ ʃeɪ ər, -ʃi-/, nounwell-cro·cheted, adjective
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How to use crochet in a sentence
Those are the numbers that have filled Shelly Haynes’s days and nights for the past six weeks, ever since she was tagged on a Facebook page for Northern Virginia parents next to a crochet pattern of a Bernie Sanders doll.The story behind that much-liked photo of a child-size vehicle covered in handmade Bernie Sanders dolls|Theresa Vargas|March 10, 2021|Washington Post
They had to crochet afghans or be doing something else productive.
But through trial and error, Leach and his co-founder Randy Crochet, a real estate investor, improved the product.
Crochet needles should be kept in a housewife similar to those used for ordinary needles.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness|Florence Hartley
Moreover, to the extreme satisfaction of Mary, she left her crochet-needle on the floor at night.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
"Very well," and Helen tossed away her crochet and put on her hat.Daisy Ashford: Her Book|Daisy Ashford
Many like to use a thread of silk or mercerized crochet-cotton with the Shetland floss or other wool which may be chosen.Handbook of Wool Knitting and Crochet|Anonymous
A chain of thirty-four stitches; double-crochet into this for thirty rows, taking the back stitch, so as to form a rib.Little Folks|Various