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Gauge mm (approx.)
34  0.16
32  0.20 
30  0.25 
28  0.32
26  0.40
24  0.51 
22  0.64 
20  0.81
18  1.02 
16  1.29 
14  1.62
12 2.05 
   
   
Wire - Gauge to mm Conversion Chart
The most popular sizes for crochet are
 
34 gauge/ 0.16mm good to start with but its not very strong.

28 gauge/ 0.32mm (usually printed 0.3mm) is the most popular. Comes in lots of colours. This gauge is nice to work with and produces a firmer finished work. Good with lightweight beads too.

20 gauge/ 0.81 (usually printed 0.8mm) is good for pendants, charms, items with heavy beads (crystal, glass). Be careful of your fingers with this size it can cut into them.

16 + gauge/ 1.29mm (usually printed 1.3mm) not used to crochet with but for making supports and shapes to crochet on. Also for making findings (earring wires, clasps)
Michelle Ryan 2005
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28 gauge/ 0.3mm wire
20 gauge/ 0.8mm wire
28 gauge/ 0.3mm wire
34 gauge/ 0.16mm wire
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