Slip Stitch

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

Slip stitches are often used at the end of a work or at the end of a turn, preferably when working with several colors to better see the transition.

For the slip stitch, use the crochet hook to stitch into the next stitch from the front.

On the other side, put the thread over the needle from the back and then pull this thread back together with the crochet hook.

Then continue to pull the thread through the loop on the needle.