The slip stitch is one of the most basic stitches in crochet and it is very versatile. It is used to close starting circles, to join granny squares and to do whole projects, wow!!
It can be done in the back loop of the stitch, the front loop or the classic way, which is in the space between stitches.
If you want a burst of color or to highlight anything on your project you will use this stitch.
Here are a few ways this stitch can be used:
It can be used as a finishing stitch on a project, to make the item look professionally done. You always strive to give your crochet item that over the top designer look 🙂 look at these examples, the finishing makes all the difference.
Now let us look into projects made with this stitch, if you use this stitch for your project your work will grow rather slowly but it is worth it. It looks very similar to a knitted project.
And for the visual learner like me, check these videos:
So, you see this stitch is very versatile and fun to use, I hope you find this information helpful.
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