How To Crochet The Purl Slip Stitch


How To Crochet The Purl Slip Stitch

How To Crochet The Purl Slip Stitch
How To Crochet The Purl Slip Stitch

"This tutorial will show you how to make the beautiful and easy crocheted purl slip stitch. You can follow along with the simple pattern instructions and also find a video which walks you through each step of making this stitch. The crocheted purl slip stitch looks a lot like knitting and can be used for so many projects! You can make headbands, scarves or even hats or cowls with this amazing and easy stitch. Enjoy learning a new crochet skill!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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So happy to have found this. Such a lovely stitch, and the use of extra large hook and yarn makes it very easy to follow ) I'll be adding this one to my collection of favourites.

I love this stitch and have been using it for years. It not only mimics a knit look, but also provides a nice stretchy fabric for projects such as mitts and slippers. It can easily be used in combination with other simple stitches to create some really unique textures and designs.

This is so great to learn this crochet the Purl Slip Stitch, I know how to crochet the garter stitch and now that I've learned this Purl Slip Stitch I can have more people asking about it. A lot of knitter think you can't crochet their stitches but we can!! My mind is racing with the ideas of what to make with this purl slip stitch. I like the video that shows how to do this with thick yarn and a large crochet hook, making it easy to see and understand. I've saved this one and will be coming to it often until I get it without have to refresh myself. Thank you so much for this free crochet how to tutorial.

This was an interesting stitch to learn. The instructional video is short, and I really, really appreciate the designer using an oversized hook and yarn. It really makes it much easier to see how the stitch is worked. Its not complicatedyou just have to remember to alternate between working in the front or back stitches. I may use both worsted and bulky yarn to work up a swatch just to see how they compare.


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