Slip Stitch Crochet Tutorial – How to SL ST
How to crochet a slip stitch? In this tutorial, I show you how to create a SL st using a crochet hook and some yarn. This is a very easy tutorial, and should only take a minute to learn.
If you are already familiar with how to crochet, check out my Beginner-Friendly Crochet Projects here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUmcifMqZH5tJr9oh9bZx2QMs-Z4kol2X
How to crochet a slip stitch:
- Create a few chains to practice with. Once you have atleast 5 chains, turn your work. To turn your work, you simply want to change the orientation of your crochet hook to face left.
- Insert your crochet hook inside the 2nd stitch from your hook. The stitch will look like a “V”. Make sure you insert your hook between the two V loops and the back loop.
- Once your hook is through the stitch, you should have 3 loops on your crochet hook. Yarn over and pull your working yarn through all loops on your hook. You should now have 1 loop on your crochet hook.
- You have now created a slip stitch! Simply insert your hook into the next chain stitch and yarn over and pull your working yarn through all loops on your hook to create another slip stitch. Repeat as many times as necessary to grasp the basics of this stitch.