Conversion charts give the relationship of one thing to another. They can be very useful and you can chart all sorts of things. You can chart –
- inches to centimetres
- centimetres to inches
- ounces to grams
- grams to ounces
- ball weights
- stitches and rows to centimetres
- types of crochet hooks
- types of knitting needles
This is a metric conversion chart. It converts inches to centimetres.
This is a metric conversion chart for ball weights. It converts ounces to grams for different balls of yarn.
This is an ounces conversion chart. It converts ounces to grams.
This is a chart to convert stitches or rows to centimetres using a tension square. For example, using the chart, if your tension square has 22 stitches, then to knit a piece size 40 cm, you will need 88 stitches. If your tension square has 28 rows, then to knit a piece size 40 cm, you will need 112 rows. So, if your tension square is 22 stitches and 28 rows to 10 cm, then to create a knitted piece of 40 cm square, you will cast on 88 stitches, and knit 112 rows.
This is a chart giving different types of crochet hook and their relationship to each other.
This is a chart giving different types of knitting needles and their relationship to each other.
This is another version of the metric conversion chart.
If you would like a copy of any of these charts as a PDF, then email me. Mark your email ‘PDF Conversion Charts’.