Definition of crocheter in US English:

crocheter

noun

  • See crochet

    • ‘Basically it's like a Secret Santa for knitters and crocheters, and you send gifts to your secret pal over the course of 3 months.’
    • ‘Indeed, Stevens's biography on his US label's website identifies him as ‘a graphic designer, an amateur seamster, a crocheter of ski caps, and a writer of short fiction’.’
    • ‘This would also work for knitters and crocheters, as a yarn storage solution.’
    • ‘There are department-store tents of amateur watercolourists, amateur kiddie crocheters, flower dryers, mud turners, cancerous candle makers, rag-doll knotters and metal benders.’
    • ‘The council does not distinguish between knitting and crocheting, nor does it report the number of men who are skilled knitters or crocheters.’

Pronunciation

crocheter

/-ˈSHāər/