Braided Rib Bind-Off
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To do this bind-off, you will need an extra strand of yarn that’s about three times the width of the stitches to be bound off.

You can use the yarn from the other end of the ball for this purpose if you want. All this bind-off is is basically a purled Standard Bind-Off using a double strand of yarn.

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Keep in mind that this bind-off will roll on Stockinette stitch. Just plan on that being a feature of the bind-off — maybe knit a couple extra rows before binding off to make up for the roll.

This bind-off would be nice on something like fingerless mitts, where the moderate stretch and decorative rolled look would work well.

I-Cord Cast-On
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The matching bind-off for this cast-on is the I-Cord Bind-Off.

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I think you will feel really proud of yourself once you get the hang of this bind-off, because there are quite a few moving parts and steps involved.

But don’t let that intimidate you! Just follow the steps that I show you in the tutorial and you’ll be fine.

This is a bind-off that you will want to try just to see if you can do it, even if you don’t ever use it on anything.

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