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How to Bind Off: Knitting Tutorials for 4 Different Bind-Offs

Conquer four different bind-offs (and learn when to use each one) with these detailed photo tutorials from knitting expert Terry Matz.

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Knitting Cast On and Knitting Bind Off Techniques [Infographic]

Learn more about casting on and binding off! This Knitting Cast On and Knitting Bind Off Techniques infographic shows you that you can start and stop your knitting projects in a variety of ways. If you've ever wondered what the difference is between a standard bind-off and a tubular bind-off, or a knitted cast-on and long-tail cast-on, this free printable infographic gives you a helpful snapshot comparing techniques. While this infographic does not teach you how to cast on and bind off, it…

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Baby Hooded Wrap Cardigan pattern by Audrey Wilson

A quick and very easy pattern, perfect for the new to knitting (If you can cast on, knit, increase and cast off, you can knit this beautiful Baby Hooded Wrap Cardigan).

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The crochet cast-on method creates a really neat edge that resembles a chain cast-off edge; it is sometimes known as the cast-off cast-on method.

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The experts at Knitting Daily compiled the following infographic that showcases a total of eight popular cast-on and bind-off knitting methods that can be used [...]

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SalavageOne, Chicago. Cast offs from hotels make this THE place for one of a kind home furnishings at good prices. Goes good with a pick up truck, a BFF and a latte $$$

The Woodsy Association: This sweet assortment of wrist-ees from tiny owl knits designer Stephanie Dosen brings together an adorable cast of critters that includes a Badger, Owl, Deer, Wolf, and Racoon. This whimsically delightful collection includes the instructions for the wrist-ees along with charted instructions for your new furry friends. Each of the five wrist-ees are finished off with individual charms (cute little feathers, tails, paws, and antlers) that dangle at the wrist.

The Woodsy Association: This sweet assortment of wrist-ees from tiny owl knits designer Stephanie Dosen brings together an adorable cast of critters that includes a Badger, Owl, Deer, Wolf, and Racoon. This whimsically delightful collection includes the instructions for the wrist-ees along with charted instructions for your new furry friends. Each of the five wrist-ees are finished off with individual charms (cute little feathers, tails, paws, and antlers) that dangle at the wrist.

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Knitting Tip - Casting off - Italian Fashion - gives a very elastic cast off - suitable for necklines etc

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