Author: Ameigh

Yarn Weights

Yarn Weights & Categories:
0 = Lace [fingering 10 count crochet thread or light fingering yarn or cobweb weight] — Steel hook 6, 7, 8 or B-1 hook
1 = Super Fine [sock, fingering baby yarn] — B-1 to E-4 hook
2 = Fine [sport, baby yarn] — E-4 to 7hook
3 = Light [DK {double knit}, light worsted yarn] — 7 to I-9 hook
4 = Medium [worsted, afghan, aran yarn] — I-9 to K-10 1/2 hook
5 = Bulk [chunky, craft, rug yarn] — K-10 1/2 to M-13 hook
6 = Super Bulky [super bulky, roving yarn] — M-13 to Q hook
7 = Jumbo [jumbo, roving yarn] — Q and larger

Speciality Yarns and Fabrics {stripped  for crochet}

Pattern Sellers: who use Pdf files

For those of you using PDF files for selling Craft, Knitting, or Crochet patterns:

Please DO NOT disable comments.

It is helpful for the user of the pattern to be able to make a comment on your pattern for their own use as a reminder for the next time they use the pattern. A comment can be used to clarify a row, sizing, hook used, etc.

I paid for the pattern and should be able to make a comment on my own copy on my own computer system.

Yarn weights that I crochet

Yarn weights used:

  • Thread – size 10, size 5, or size 3
  • Lace [fingering 10 count crochet thread or light fingering yarn or cobweb weight]
  • Super Fine – Category 1 [Baby Fingering Yarn]
  • Fine – Category 2 [including Cotton blends]
  • DK – Category  3 [including Cotton blends]
  • Worsted Medium – Category 4 [including Cotton blends]

Yarns weights NOT  used:

  • Threads not listed above
  • Sock Yarn – Category 1
  • Bulky Yarns – Category  5 and  above
  • Specialty Yarns – various kinds


Charity Message

When you order an item or set from this site, left over yarn is used [in addition to specific yarn purchases] for charity items being made for donation. So when you order an item or set, you are donating to charity as well as paying for the cost of materials used in the actual item.

If you wish to have an item made for donation, use the order form to request the item you select from the menu of items, arrange for payment and designate a charity to which to have it sent.

You can select one listed on the CharityInfo page or designate one of your own. If you designate one of your own, list the name and address to which it will be sent. The cost of the item plus shipping and handling will be included in your payment.

About Ameigh

My name is Marilyn [Ameigh] Moore and I am retired. Crocheting has been a hobby of mine for 50 years or more. My grandmother taught me crocheting and knitting as well as sewing in my youth. She loved them too.

This is me.

I live in New York State in the USA. We have Winter with snow here and it is nice to sit with a cup of hot coffee looking out at it and crochet. In Summer I love to sit in the shade outside and crochet. We are in the country so we have birds chirping away most of the time and lots of trees, shrubs, and hillsides to enjoy.

Ameigh’s Baby and Toddler Crochet was created to offer home-made items for babies and toddlers to wear. Baby and toddler clothes are often so cute and the are fun to create. Each baby and toddler item is unique in some way or another – maybe a color combination, applica, stitch pattern, color placement, or design customization.

My other site is and you are welcome to check it out.