7 thoughts on “Russian Bind Off

  1. Congrats on finishing Transient! It is not necessary to remove the right hand needle as you finish the stitch. Thanks for knitting with me!

  2. After you pass the 2 stitches back to left hand needle, is it necessary to remove right hand needle? Can you just leave r hand needle there and finish stitch?

    I am getting ready to bind off Transitions, love the pattern. Thanks for your wonderful patterns and support.

    Looking forward to spring MKAL

  3. I’ve been doing this bind off forever when I wanted something stretchy. Never knew it was called the Russian Bind Off. Thanks for a very clear explanation!

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