This bracelet is a blend of simplicity and style. The design, with its two loops around the button, gives an illusion of layering, making it appear as though you’re wearing two bracelets. The slip stitches provide a neat finish, and the button adds a touch of elegance.
Supplies: yarn, crochet hook, yarning needle, scissors, button.
The slip stitch is more than just a stitch; it’s a technique. Often used to join rounds or finish off a project, it creates a smooth and almost invisible seam. It’s also great for adding decorative touches to projects.
Start with a Chain: Begin with a foundation chain.
Insert Hook: Insert your crochet hook into the next chain or stitch.
Yarn Over (YO): Catch the yarn with your hook.
Pull Through: Gently pull the yarn through both the stitch and the loop on your hook in one go. You’ve now completed one slip stitch!
Continue: To make more slip stitches, simply repeat steps 2-4.
Rows: If you’re working in rows, at the end of your row, you can chain one and turn your work to start a new row of slip stitches. However, remember that the chain one doesn’t count as a stitch.