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The word crochet is derived from the Old French crochet , a diminutive of croche , in turn from the Germanic croc , both meaning "hook". [3] It was used in 17th-century French lace making, crochetage designating a stitch used to join separate pieces of lace, and crochet subsequently designating both a specific type of fabric and the hooked needle used to produce it. Although that fabric is not known to be crochet in the present sense, a genealogical relationship between the techniques sharing that name appears likely. [4]

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