Learn How To Slip Stitch Crochet
Slip stitch is the shortest of all crochet stitches. Unlike other stitches, slip stitches are not usually used on their own to produce a fabric. The slip stitch is used for joining, shaping and, where necessary, to move the yarn to another part of the fabric for the next stage.
1. Insert the hook into the work as directed in the pattern. Yarn over and the pull yarn through the work and the loop on the hook in one movement.
2. When working into previous rows, yarn over and pull the yarn through both the work and the loop on the hook in one movement.
3. To join a chain ring with a slip stitch, insert the hook into the first chain, yarn over and pull the yarn through the work and the loop on the hook.
Below: LW4786 X-Border Hat Crochet Pattern