How To Bind Off On Magic Loop
There are a few challenges when it comes to binding off seamlessly on Magic Loop.
As you may know, knitting in the round does not create a perfect stack of rounds, like a stack of coins.
Instead, it makes a spiral stack of stitches, like a slinky - the end of one spiral loop is just a little bit taller than the where it began.
At the end of your project it can be a challenge to get these ends to blend in completely seamlessly.
In addition, if you are new to Magic Loop knitting, the bind off might seem just a little tricky - what do you do when you have only one stitch left on half your round?
This video will show you how to solve both of these problems:
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