Making a slip knot for crochet is reminiscent to tying one's shoelaces. You pull a loop through a knot that tightens, locking it in place. You can determine the size of the loop you need when it's around a crochet hook.
The slip knot [SL KN] is the knot you make to start the chain. You know you did the knot correctly when the tail attached to the working yarn [or the skein/ ball of yarn] is the one that controls the tension and size of the loop.
This is How I Make a Slip Knot:
The above tutorial is a combination of the basic techniques in crochet, and more specifically, in amigurumi.
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