Socks Hold: The crochet is in the palm of the right hand.
Techniques Used
Chain (O)
It is passed under the crochet thread,
The yarn is taken on the crochet beak,
The crochet is passed through the center of the loop.
Loop Shift (C)
The crochet is first immersed in the chain,
It is passed under the crochet thread,
The yarn is pulled through two stitches.
Needle (X)
Dipped under the loop that forms the crochet loop on the base chain,
The yarn is taken on the crochet so as to have 2 stitches on the crochet,
The crochet is pulled through 2 stitches at once.
Rear frequent needle (X)
A frequent needle is injected into the back loop.
Increment (V)
A needle is made of 2 frequent needles.
Increment (W)

A needle is made of 3 frequent needles.
Reduction (A)
There are two ways of reducing the loop:
The easiest way; Jump 1 stitch,
The best way; 2 stitches make 1 frequent needle.
The crochet is immersed in two adjacent loops on the previous lap,
The yarn is passed over the crochet without finishing the loops,
On the crochet, there is 3 stitches;
The crochet is passed through 3 stitches until a stitch remains.
Reduction (M)
3 stitches are made from a frequent needle.
Single Handrails (T)
Double Handrails (F)
Magic Ring
Amigurumi is the most widely used technique in its work.
The Magic Ring makes the center of the circular shape look tighter, smoother, aesthetic and beautiful.

We endure so much trouble to read and apply the recipes we see on foreign sites. Then you need to know what this warning you might encounter:
Lar In this pattern UK (or British or English) terms (or stitches) will be used. Terms
Demek In this pattern US (or American) terms (or stitches) will be used. Will – Then we are faced with the American version. If these expressions are not used,
we can assume that we are generally faced with the American version. In South American countries, too, crochet samples are often shared, and color-colored crocheted knits
are loved. For this reason, American expressions are also used. What’s the difference between British and American crochet expressions?