All About the Slip Knot

The slip knot is the first thing you will do when you start a project. This knot allows your to work your next stitch by using the slip knot loop. Let’s talk about the different parts or anatomy of the slip knot.

What Does it Mean to Work Into The Slip Stitch Space

Some time you may come across a pattern that requires you to work your first stitch of a round into the slst sp. So what exactly does this mean ?? Let’s take a deeper look into this stitch and why it is so important to know when to work into this space.

Miss Prim’s Roses

Miss Prim’s Roses is a fun pattern that will test your pattern reading skills and your crochet skills. I use the slip stitch space in this pattern to control the alignment of increases that shape the yoke into a Ragland style top that is light and airy, perfect for wearing over a tank for extra color pop.

This is not a beginner pattern, you will need to know what the slip stitch space looks like and be able to count skipped stitches. Miss Prim’s Roses uses the primrose stitch worked top down. Sizing for this project is based on CYC standards, please be sure of your measurements before decided on a size to follow.

All About Crochet Hooks

It’s no secret that crochet and knitting are the trend in hobbies right now. You see crochet creations on social media and in shops and online. Have you every wondered how someone made it? Keep reading because I am going to take you through the adventurous world of Crochet!

Randa Slouch Hat

randa slouch hat front view on model

Randa incorporates a layover motif that is both fun, and a great way to learn about using stitch markers, chain stitches, and slip stitches. Following the instructions for placing your stitch markers can feel intimidating. If this is your first time using stitch markers to identify stitches as an attachment point, don’t over complicate it, just take one stitch marker at a time. It is all about counting between stitch markers.