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Learn how to cast off knitting in this detailed post. Watch a step-by-step video tutorial or learn through a photo tutorial. You'll cast off in no time! Fun fact: casting off is also called bind off! #sheepandstitch #knitting #castoff #knit Crochet, Knitting Projects, Amigurumi Patterns, Beginner Knitting Projects, Knitting Terms, Knitting For Beginners, Knitting Videos, Beginner Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques

Today you’ll learn how to cast off knitting once you’re finished your project. How exciting! At this point, you’ve got some rows of knitting under your belt. You should be very proud of yourself! You’ve used two sticks to transform a loose bundle of string into a knitted rectangle. Now it’s time to get your […]

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Kim Sheffner-Heczko
Are you currently finishing a project but you don’t know what to do with the last stitch? Or have you bound off successfully but your edge doesn’t exactly look neat? In this tutorial, blogger Norman from Nimble Needles will show you a very easy way to bind off the last stitch and fix those little ears at the same time. This step by step tutorial shows 3 alternative methods to neaten the last stitch of a bind off when knitting flat projects. #knitting #knit #knittingtips #knittingtutorial Amigurumi Patterns, Binding Off In Knitting, Bind Off Knitting, 3 Needle Bind Off, Knitting Help, Beginner Knitting Patterns, Knitting Hacks, Knitting Basics, Knitting For Beginners

Are you currently finishing a project but you don’t know what to do with the last stitch? Or have you bound off successfully but your edge doesn’t exactly look neat? In this tutorial, blogger Norman from Nimble Needles will show you a very easy way to bind off the last stitch and fix those little ears at the same time. This step by step tutorial shows 3 alternative methods to neaten the last stitch of a bind off when knitting flat projects. #knitting #knit #knittingtips #knittingtutorial

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liz Kearsley
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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.

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