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30 Most Crocheted Garments and Accessories, in Spanish

Hello crocheter, today I bring you a very interesting post. I show you the 30 most crocheted garments and accessories, and the best thing about it is that I tell you what they are called in English.

 

 

This way, you will be able to not only understand the patterns in Spanish, but you will also be able to look for new patterns in English.

Why should you know how to call garments and accessories in Spanish?

There are many reasons, but the most important ones are listed below:

 

 

1- To understand a pattern in Spanish. Keep in mind that even if you know what you are crocheting, in several parts of the pattern they will talk about the garment or the accessory to give you the final measurements, for example.

 

 

2-To search and find the pattern you are looking for in Spanish. If you would like to look for a pattern in Spanish, it is easier if you enter the Spanish name of the garment or accessory in the browser or on Ravelry. There are many free and paid patterns, and by entering the name of what you want in Spanish, you will find it much easier.

Crochet Accessories and Garments in English

Garments

1-sweater (USA)  / jumper (UK) 

2-top 

3-tee 

4-skirt

5-dress 

6-cardigan

7-shrug 

8-hoodie 

9-vest 

– jersey

– blusa / camiseta

– camiseta

– falda

– vestido

– cárdigan

– bolero

– sudadera / jersey con capucha

– chaleco

Accessories

Bags

10-backpack 

11-clutch 

12-market bag 

13-purse (US) / handbag  

14-tote bag 

– mochila

– bolso de mano

– bolsa de mercado

– bolso de mano / cartera

– bolso de mano

For Feet

15-socks

16-legwarmers 

17-slippers

– calcetines

– calienta piernas

– zapatillas

For Hands

18-mittens

19-gloves

20-fingerless gloves

– mitones

– guantes

– guantes sin dedos

 

For Head

21-beanie

22-beret 

23-bonnet 

24-hat 

25-headband 

– gorro

– boina

– tocado

– gorro / sombrero

– cinta para la cabeza

garments in spanish

For Neck

26-scarf 

27-cowl 

28-shawl / wrap 

29-cape

30-poncho 

– bufanda

– cuello

– chal

– capa

– poncho

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