For bolero crochet patterns
go to my bolero patterns page with flowers, diamonds and squares
If you want to use the knit patterns for crochet, you could use the graphs with the same stitch gauge,
and follow your pattern further in cms or inches.
Or how to alter the knit graph:
Let's say your gauge is in double crochets or a crochet stitch of your choice,
24 stitches; stitch gauge and 25 rows; row gauge.
The graph is 24 x 32 , so
how to adapt this pattern ?? Very easy;
The amount of stitches are the same.
Divide the total amount of rows by 32 , ( this is the row gauge of the graph )
Write this number down.
Now multiply this number, by your row gauge; 25
That's all. Now you know the amount of rows, you'll need for your pattern.
Length ( rows ) excluding ribbing
The decreases of armhole and neck shaping must be altered too, to your row gauge.
Divide the armhole shaping rows by 32 and multiply by 25.
In a crochet pattern with single
crochets, you can divide most of the time, the number of rows by 2,
double crochets, the other way around, from double crochets to single crochets,
multiply the number of rows by 2.