How to Bind Off - Knitting Tuttorial: So, you’ve finished the last row of your knitting project…and you’re wondering what to do with all those live stitches! It’s time to Bind Off! If you’re new to knitting, this is a simple & basic bind off that will …
There are many ways to make a stretchy bind off (we discussed some of them in this tutorial), but not all of those ways look good with ribbing. And not all of them are easy to make. So how do we make an elastic bind off that works with ribbing and doesn’t require a lot … The Easiest Stretchy Bind Off for Ribbing Read More »
There is a number of ways to create a stretchy bind off. We discussed some of them in this tutorial, but every one of them has its own peculiarities. This tutorial is about the easiest way to make a stretchy bind off, a way that does not require any unusual manipulations with yarn and needles, … Yarn Over Bind Off Read More »
When you have reached the end of your knitting project you will want to bind off. Binding off, or casting off as it is known in the UK, is the last step you will take in knitting your project. It is what keeps your project from unraveling so it is an important part of knitting. It’s also a pretty exciting moment as you near the finish line; but don’t start celebrating just yet.
Cast off knitting methods including how to do a stretchy bind off, a three-needle bind off, an I cord bind off, a tubular bind off and a picot bind off. #howtoknit #castoff #knitting #beginnerknitting #bindoff