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Attached I Cord: Learn how to attach an I cord with these illustrations from www.anniescatalog.com/?utm_content=buffer95278&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer.

Attached I Cord To turn the corner, work three rows of unattached I-cord. To attach the i-cord along the vertical edge knit three, slip one knit-wise, knit one stitch from the main fabric edge, and pass the slipped stitch over.

Use Blocking wires to sew a zipper into a knitted item. Simple and holds knitted edge in place. No stretching or puckering.

splityarn calls this the "Easiest Knitted Sweater Zipper Install Ever" and it looks like it might be. I haven't tried it yet but I'll let you know if I do - my one attempt to put a zipper into a knitted sweater came out OK, but not this nice.