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Now comes a change of stitch.

When you have gone round a few times, you will switch to another loop to produce a different stitch.

I always like to do this when I am back at the beginning for a neat look. See the end dangling there?

Instead of inserting the pen into the top loop, take the one below, and apply steps 7 and 8.

This is the loop I mean:

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    Jul 21, 2013, 10.43 AMby flosiepoos

    Thanks Kalurah! I’m glad the tutorial inspires you. I hope you enjoy having a go at this technique! Flo

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    Apr 16, 2013, 10.19 PMby While Play

    I found this through Pinterest! Awesome tutorial. The way you hold your yarn (as if you’re knitting Traditional style) but you’re slip stitching with a hook (a Crochet technique). This is SO interesting! I just love the combination of techniques. I also find the special hook super cool!!! Now I have to go find one for myself. :) I must show this to my friend who holds the yarn and hook EXACTLY the same way when she’s crocheting. She’s gonna flip! Thanks, Kalurah from The States

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