In this Sewn Bind-Off Knitting Tutorial, you will learn how to produce a bind-off that is elastic and that has a slightly ridged edge…
You have finally finished your knitting project. Now it is time to Bind Off (BO). Our FREE Bind-Off Tutorials are just the ticket.
You have probably spent a lot of time on your knitting project and cannot wait to finish it. However, it is important to resist the urge to just get it done.
Just like the cast-on edge can make or break a knitting project, so can the bind-off. So, please take the time to bind off correctly with the most appropriate bind-off method.
For instance, a firm bind off will keep things from stretching and are perfect for seams.
Conversely, if your knitting project is a toe-up sock, you probably want to use an elastic bind-off.
Furthermore, for a lace shawl you will probably need a bind-off edge that has some stretch in it.
All our bind-off tutorials contain information about the characteristics of a particular bind-off. In addition, you will also find information about its ideal uses.
So, why not check out our Bind-Off Tutorials and find the best bind-off technique for your knitting project?
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