crafts tutorial, Crochet

SLIP KNOT HOW-TO

A Slip Knot is the very first thing to do and  learn before one is able to crochet or make a chain.

There are lots of ways to make a slip knot. But what is important, is that it should be knotted well so that you can proceed with your foundation and it should not unravel easily.

HOW TO:

1. Find a flat surface to lay down your yarn  and have a length enough to make the slip knot.  A working length of a yarn has two ends: 1. tail end and 2. ball end. ( See figure below).You are going to make a pretzel like shape with your yarn.

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2. Grab the tail end and over lap it on the yarn on the ball end side as shown in the figure below.


D' Elegant Ermine Handmades

3. Next is, you are going to under lap the tail end of the yarn to the “circle shape” that is formed previously. (See figure below).

D' Elegant Ermine Handmades

4. Take the appropriate hook and get the portion of the yarn as shown in the photo below.

D' Elegant Ermine Handmades

5. Continue to pull up the yarn with the hook by holding down the ball end and tail end of your working length.

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6. Next is pull apart the tail and and the ball end of your working length for the knot to be smaller until it will wrap around the hook.

D' Elegant Ermine Handmades

D' Elegant Ermine Handmades

7. Make sure to have at least 2-3 inches dangling tail end from the slip knot to have an adequate length to weave through after your project is finish.

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Romans 2:4

Or do you think lightly of the riches of His kindness and tolerance and patience, not knowing that the kindness of God leads you to repentance?

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