Finding the right size crochet hook for your upcoming crocheting project is easy with this handy crochet hook conversion chart
Different countries use differnt standards for sizing their crochet hooks. The US tends to use one method of numbering their hooks, while Canada and the UK use another, while some other countries (like Australia and New Zealand) tend to use a metric sizing system.
Since crochet hook sizes can also vary a bit between manufactures, please use this crochet hook size chart as a guide only.
This chart will give you an idea of which hook size to try if a crochet hook or pattern is labeled with a different sizing system than you are familiar.
When using a crochet hook you aren’t familiar with, we recommend you do a couple of stitches (a sample) of the pattern that you plan to crochet so you can get a sense of what the final gauge of the project will be.
If you are looking for a specific crochet hook, check out the crochet hooks section of our crochet supplies page. If you have any further questions about this crochet hook conversion chart, please let us know.