All you need is some fat yarn and N size crochet hook. Begin the slipknot by laying the yarn down and looping it. Make sure your short portion, the tail, is on top of the long yarn. Next, flip the whole thing down onto the longer yarn. Grab the middle yarn between your thumb and forefinger and pull the middle yarn out gently. Hang on to tail and pull the loop tight. Pick up the loop in your left hand and slide the hook into the loop and tighten the loop around the hook. It should not be too tight. Turn the long side of the thread around your pinkie and roll it around your index finger. Grab the short side, the tail, with your middle and ring fingers. Hold the hook in your right hand. This way of holding the thread and hook will create enough space to move the hook, and it keeps tension on the thread. There are multiple ways to keep your thread and hook; find out what works the best for you. Begin with the starting chain stitch by twisting the thread around the hook and pull it through the loop. Don't make the loop too tight and continue to the second loop by pulling the thread through the second loop. Keep continuing until you have a chain. To start the first row of single crochet, insert the hook in the second chain from the hook. You now have two loops around your hook. Catch the yarn in your left hand with the hook and pull it through the first loop. This will leave you again with two loops on your hook. Catch the yarn again with your hook and pull it through both loops. Repeat these steps until you get to the end of the chained row. To crochet more rows, chain one stitch at the end of each of the end of the row and turn crocheting over to start the next row. To finish, cut the long side of the yarn and pull it through the loop. Different pieces are crocheted and stitched with thread and needle to make different patterns, and different shapes are made, filling the hollow region with cotton and stitching it to parental crochet.