Single crochet

Crocheting is not that hard. After all, you only have one needle in your hand and not two. It takes a while to get the hang of it, but then it really is not rocket science! A few basic terms and techniques I have filmed and texted for you. I would also like to provide you with the basics on this page.

In this case, it’s about the slip stitch:

Video Tutorial

Text Pattern

  1. We insert the crochet hook into the next stitch.
  2. Now we pull the tense thread back through this stitch with the help of our hook.
  3. We now have 2 loops on our hook.
  4. We place the thread on the hook from back to front and pull it through both of the loops that are on it.
  5. Attention: Note that, when working single crochet rows or even rings, which we end with a slip stitch, we will always begin new rows or rings with a chain. This chain serves as a substitute for the first single crochet.