Crochet beginners, I’d like to teach you another important and useful crochet stitch, the slip stitch. The slip stitch is the smallest of all crochet stitches, and is most often used to join one section of stitching to another. Some designers do use it as a stand-alone stitch and can do some pretty neat things with it! See the video below to learn how it’s done!
Slip stitch is abbreviated “sl st” in crochet patterns. If you are unsure about crochet abbreviations, be sure to grab my downloadable, printable crochet abbreviations list! You work this stitch without yarning over first. You place your hook into the designated spot, then pull your yarn through the stitch and the loop on your hook.
Let’s learn to crochet the slip stitch!
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