In a large bowl combine the flour, sugar, salt, parmesan cheese and dill.
Stir in the melted butter, then stir in the water - eventually using your hands to pull all the dough together - keep working it until all the crumbles in the bottom of the bowl are one big dough ball.
Divide the dough into thirds to work with. Roll the dough with a rolling pin to about 1/8 inch thick, when you think the dough is thin enough - roll it out some more and then roll it out even more!
Now cut into desired shapes or random shapes or pieces - I used a drinking glass for these.
Lay the crackers you have cut on a lined cookie sheet and brush with melted butter or be lazy like me and give them a quick spray with butter spray. You can also add more shredded parmesan on top if you like. Also, sprinkle with a slight amount of salt - I just used table salt
I work in batches of dough in thirds. I also save back the cut leavings from the batches to work together as a 4th batch to cut crackers from. This dough is very elastic and can get tough if you work it too many times.
Bake in a pre-heated 450° oven for 7-13 minutes - this will depend on how much color you want, how crispy you want them and how thick you cut your crackers. This is a close watch bake, not something you can walk away from.