• 4:20

    A Stretchy Bind Off for Top-Down Shawls

    Working the bind off on your top-down shawl is an important step to have a shawl that you love to wear. If the bind off is too tight, you won’t be able to properly block the piece, and the bottom of it may even curl when you wear it. In this video, Jen Lucas takes…

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  • 3:27

    Bind Off in Pattern

    Occasionally you’ll come across a knitting pattern that contains the instructions “bind off in pattern.” In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work this pattern instruction. For many knitting projects, a knitwise bind off or a purlwise bind off can be used to finish the knitting. As Mary Beth points out, if you’ve…

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  • 5:22

    Choose the Right Bind Off For Your Knitting Project

    With so many bind off methods to choose from, it can sometimes be hard to decide which one is right for you and your knitting project. In this video, Jill Wright compares several different bind off methods to help you choose which one you would like use when you’re completing your next project. Jill begins…

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  • 5:27

    Crochet Loop Bind Off

    The Crochet Loop Bind Off is a beautiful decorative bind off that’s the perfect edging for projects like top-down shawls and baby items. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work this bind off. Corrina begins by showing a small swatch with the Crochet Loop Bind Off. The swatch has 21 stitches before binding…

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  • 5:09

    Decorative I-Cord Bind Off

    When it comes time to complete a knitting project, the last thing to do is the bind off. There are many ways to bind off your knitting – from simple, functional bind offs to ones that are delicate and decorative. In this video, knitting expert Michele Lee Bernstein demonstrates a bind off that is both…

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  • 4:09

    Elastic Bind Off

    The elastic bind off is a simple one to work and creates a stretchy bind off for garter stitch, lace projects, and more. In this video, knitting expert Michele Lee Bernstein demonstrates how to work the elastic bind off. Michele discusses that this a knitwise bind off that can be worked on either side of…

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  • 3:13

    Elastic Bind Off for Ribbing

    The Elastic Bind Off is perfect for the edges of your knitting projects where you need extra stretch. This bind off can be particularly useful on edges where a ribbing pattern has been worked, like the top of a toe-up sock. In this video, Michele Lee Bernstein demonstrates how to work the Elastic Bind Off…

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  • 6:31

    Invisible Ribbed Bind Off

    The invisible ribbed bind off is a sewn bind off that creates a very stretchy edge to finish 1×1 (knit 1 stitch, purl 1 stitch) ribbing. As the name suggests, this bind off is nearly invisible and gives the edge of your piece a clean, finished look. In this video, Jill Wright demonstrates how to…

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  • 10:41

    Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind Off

    When finishing a knitting project, there are times when a stretchy bind off is desired. Invented in 2009 by Jeny Staiman, the Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind Off is perfect for items where you need extra stretch along a bind off edge. In this video, Michele Lee Bernstein demonstrates how to work this popular bind off…

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