How to start crochet slip knot
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Chain stitches are an integral part of crocheting. There are several essential stitchesthat a beginner must become familiar with; the chain stitch is the first of these. You can expect to begin most crochet projects with chain...
Jane Odonnell saved to Crochet chain stitch
Hello, Hannah here, a few weeks ago I decided to try out some new chunky yarn from Yarnspirations* called Sugar…
Elzandri Fourie saved to Hekel
Try out these 3 easy way to make a slip knot to start off your amazing crochet project!
Aishu saved to Crochet for Beginners
A crochet tutorial on how to make a slip knot. The very beginning of any crochet project usually begins with this stitch.
Shaina Bradley saved to Crochet
Here is a SUPER SIMPLE way to make a slip knot on your crochet hook :)--Other Crochet Basic Videos---How To Treble Crochet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P...
Christine Smith saved to Crochet
These crochet videos will help you learn how to crochet the basic crochet stitches, which include a slip knot,
Ashley Bledsoe saved to crochet
Making a slip knot is the first step to starting most crochet projects. The slip knot is created and then the rest of the stitches are created (typically chain stitches) and you’re ready to begin crocheting. In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to create a simple slip knot.
Creative Crochet Corner saved to Crochet Basics
To crochet the double chain or half i-cord you'll start out with slip knot and a longer tail end. Make a yarn under with the tail end, then a yarn over with the normal strand and pull through. #reels…
440K views, 8.3K likes, 129 comments, 3.1K shares, Facebook Reels from Naztazia: To crochet the double chain or half i-cord you'll start out with slip...
Barbara Farber saved to CROCHET
Did you know you don't actually need a slip knot to start your crochet? Ditch the hard bumps, and learn how to crochet without a slip knot!
Cindy saved to Knitting/Crocheting