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This is a great all purpose cast-on.
This cast-on gives a nice edge and is very stable.
This is a great beginner cast-on and makes a solid edge.
A provisional cast-on is temporary and can be unravelled to reveal live stitches that can be knitted in the opposite direction. This is very useful for invisible seaming, folded trims and hems.
This is a cast-on used in the middle of your work such as casting on stitches for under an arm or making a pocket. This is not a good cast-on for the beginning of a project.
This is an intermediate cast-on similar to the Long Tail Cast-On, but it is much stretchier. This is good for the cuffs of socks and hats.
This is an unusual cast-on used at the beginning of certain shawls.
This is an intermediate cast-on and is used to create a nice finished edge.
This is an intermediate cast-on that uses a crochet hook. This is often used on blankets that are knit from the center out, like the Pop! Blanket.
This is an advanced cast-on technique that provides additional stretch and stability.
This is an advanced cast-on technique, same as above but in the round, that provides additional stretch and stability.
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