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This is the standard method and a good all purpose bind off.
This is a technique that allows you to seam two pieces together and bind off at the same time.
This will show you how to bind off in whatever pattern you're using.
This method will leave you with a nice finished edge.
This method is just like it sounds, simple and super stretchy. It is ideal for cuffs of either socks or sweaters, or the brims of hats.
This is an intermediate bind off that is used to give a decorative edging to a rolled cuff.
This bind off is used in situations where you need to bind off in the middle of a row, which might show up in a sweater or other garment pattern.
This is an intermediate bind off technique that allows you to control your tension and is useful for collars or cuffs.
This is an intermediate technique that gives you a really stretchy and loose finish. It works well on sock and sweater cuffs.
This bind off is often used when shaping the neck and shoulders of a sweater and gives a cleaner look than a stairstep bind off.
This is an advanced bind off that is used to give ribbing an invisible edge.
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