How to make a slip knot

The slip knot is one of the most basic and versatile knots used in knitting, crocheting, and other yarn crafts. It's a great way to start any project as it can be easily undone and adjusted if needed. A slip knot is also known as a running knot and is used for many different purposes. In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to make a slip knot.

How to make a slip knot (step-by-step with photos)

1. Lay the yarn out horizontally on a table, with the yarn tail on the right.
2. Cross the yarn tail over the working yarn.3. Pick up the right side of the loop and flip it over the crossing point. The working yarn should be behind the middle of the loop.
4. Pick up the working yarn in the middle of the loop with your right hand.
5. Pull on the yarn tail with your left hand until a slip knot forms.
6. Put the loop on the hook, with the knot to the left of the hook. Pull on the working yarn to make the loop smaller.

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