Create Crochet Skip Stitches On Purpose
Learn how to Create Crochet Skip Stitches on purpose.
You will often see the abbreviation SK on a pattern, which calls for you to Skip or Skip a stitch. It might even request that you skip multiple stitches. Alternatively it could request skipping a chain, or sometimes even a space. eg. for button holes or bag handles etc. etc.
Initially, it can be a little confusing, so we thought it was well worth looking for a tutorial specifically for this technique. You will find that skipping a stitch is used for a variety of reasons. Be ready, when it occurs.
We have included two different tutorials for this technique.
A great FREE video tutorial by Tamara Kelly and the Moogly Family over at the Moogly website , which is very informative and helpful.
View this brilliant video tutorial from Moogly and learn how to skip stitches the easy way!
In the second tutorial, we have a wonderful written tutorial from the team over at The Spruce Crafts. Combine both tutorials and it covers pretty much everything you need to know about Skipping a Stitch.
View the written tutorial, by clicking on this link: What Does sk Mean in Crochet?
Like this tutorial? You can find more FREE tutorials like this here: Crochet Tips, Tricks and Tutorials
Featured images: Tamara Kelly and the Moogly Family!