Crochet 101: How to Crochet the Slip Knot

 

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Crochet 101 [Class 1]: The Slip Knot Videos

The slip knot is the first step for all crochet stitches.

Stitch Abbreviation & Symbol

There are no abbreviations or symbols used for the skip knot.


How to Create a Slip Knot

The slip knot is the first step for all crochet stitches.


Step 1

The Slip Knot Figure 1

The Slip Knot Figure 1

Begin by making a slip knot on the crochet hook about 6 inches from the free end of the yarn. You will first start by creating a loop with the yarn. Be sure that the free end of the yarn is dangling behind your loop.


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Step 2

The Slip Knot Figure 2

The Slip Knot Figure 2

Insert the crochet hook through the center of the loop and hook the free end.


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Step 3

The Slip Knot Figure 3

The Slip Knot Figure 3

Pull this through and up onto the working area of the crochet hook.


[ see The Slip Knot Figure 3 ]