Loose, elastic bind off perfect for toe up socks. Best of all, it is worked in pattern for a beautiful finished edge.
A reversible bind off that adds an I-cord edge as the stitches are bound off.
A stretchy, dainty bind off perfect for toe up socks.
Use this decorative bind off as the finishing touch for any knitted piece. It is perfect for shawls, scarves, baby items, and more. The bind off is easy to work, even for non-crocheters like me! The bind off is featured in my Sibudu shawl kit available February 1, 2015 through Craftsy.
The Tubular Bind Off creates an invisible edge for k2, p2 and k1, p1 rib. It is also a great bind off for Double Knitting. The bind off is sometimes known as the Kitchener Bind Off.
The scarf featured in the video, Endgame, is available as a free download on Ravelry or on my website in the Pattern Store.
Pair this bind off with the Channel Island Cast On to begin and end your project with charm!
Binding off the last row is simple, but binding off at the ends of a row (armholes, lace points) or in the middle of a row (necklines, buttonholes) is handled differently. Watch this video to learn to properly count your stitches and expertly shape garments.
Is your last bind off stitch loose and wonky? Try this simple tip for a smooth and professional final bind off stitch.