The name of the craft is derived from the French term “crochet,” meaning small hook. A small hook is used to weave wonders with the thread. Crochet lace was popular in the earlier years of the 20th century. But towards the end of the century, there was a decline in the interest towards crochet. Early 21st century saw a revival in the interest, and now many designers are promoting the craft in many ways. There are various kinds of crochet being practised today such as Filet Crochet, Tunisian Crochet, Tapestry Crochet, Broomstick lace and much more. Crochet today has evolved into becoming modern and quirky appealing to masses and is available in a range of products including jewellery, accessories, decorative pieces and much more. Also, Crochet in India has played a key role in being a part of social causes raising awareness.