Whip stitch in crochet
The whip stitch is an essential crochet technique that is used to join two pieces of fabric together. It's also sometimes called an overcast stitch or an oversewing stitch and can be used for both decorative purposes and for joining seams.Even though it’s called a stitch, a “whip stitch” is a sewing technique that uses a needle. It’s used to sew two edges with the same number of stitches together. For this technique, always pull the needle through stitches in the same direction.
Watch the video below to learn how to do the whip stitch.