Slip stitch crochet

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How to Slip Stitch - a video tutorial from Shiny Happy World Single Crochet Stitch, Slip Stitch Crochet, Slip Stitch, Single Crochet, Beginner Crochet Projects, Crochet Needlework, How To Do Crochet, Yarn Projects, Crochet Stitches Tutorial

Slip stitch is a really easy - and very handy - stitch to have in your toolbox. It's one way to close up the very final tiny hole in the top of an amigurumi. I also use it any time I want to shift from the "step" of a single crochet stitch, to a more

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Annie Reed
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There are lots of different crochet stitches. What is perhaps less known is that there is a very special form of crochet, which only uses slip stitches. This is called Slip Stitch Crochet, abbreviated as SSC. Visit this post for an introduction to the technique!

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Robyn Gericke
Angelina on Instagram: "How to add a ribbed cuff? In this example, I’m attaching slip stitch (sl st) ribbing. One row per stitch. Row 1: Make a slip knot and attach the yarn to the first stitch on the sleeve. Ch your cuff length. You can change the number of chains depending on how long you want the cuff to be. Make 1 slip stitch in the second stitch from the hook, and 1 slip stitch in each chain. Then make 1 slip stitch in the next stitch on the sleeve edge. This is how we attached the row to the edge. Make 1 more slip stitch in the next stitch on the sleeve edge. Turn your work. Row 2: 1 slip stitch into back loop only (BLO) of each stitch across. Then make Ch 1 and turn your work. For the next rows repeat: - 1 slip stitch into BLO of each stitches across. - 1 slip stitch in the ne Stitches, Instagram, Crochet, Knitting, Slip Stitch, Cuff Sleeves, Arm Cuffs, Knitted Bags, Arm Cuff

Angelina on Instagram: "How to add a ribbed cuff? In this example, I’m attaching slip stitch (sl st) ribbing. One row per stitch. Row 1: Make a slip knot and attach the yarn to the first stitch on the sleeve. Ch your cuff length. You can change the number of chains depending on how long you want the cuff to be. Make 1 slip stitch in the second stitch from the hook, and 1 slip stitch in each chain. Then make 1 slip stitch in the next stitch on the sleeve edge. This is how we attached the row…

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Nancy Gibson