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How to Join Ends of a Scarf with Slipped Stitches

Updated October 17, 2017
How to Join Ends of a Scarf with Slipped Stitches
How to Join Ends of a Scarf with Slipped Stitches

This crochet tutorial with Heidi Gustad shows a beginner friendly, basic crochet stitch that can help you put your crochet work together with the help of slip stitch. In the video, the yarn was a thicker yarn of solid color, which allowed the bumps from the previous stitches to be seen more easily, so when using fine yarn or small gages it is really important to make sure the stitches line up. If you begin slip stitch unevenly or do not follow the bumps correctly, puckering or skewed lines may form in your pattern. However, if you are able to perfectly line up your work and crochet it together it can form a great cowl and help make other beautiful patterns that will hold together nicely. 


How to Join Ends with Slipped Stitches

  1. Ch 30.

  2. ​Row 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across - 28 sts.

  3. Row 2: Ch 2 (does not count as a st), turn, hdc in each st across. Rep Row 2 until piece measures about 50 in/ (127 cm) from beg. Fasten off.

  4. Fold piece in half lengthwise, bringing first row to meet last row. The folded piece should measure about 22 x 25 in./ (56 x 63.5 cm). Beg at a corner and following diagram, sl st side edges together for 13 in. (33 cm), leaving 12 in./(30.5 cm) open for neck. Do not fasten off, but continue on for cowl neck.

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