To bind off on two-at-a-time socks, you’ll need to save the very last stitch of the first half of the first sock. Reserve it on the needle. Then bind off the second sock. Then resume binding off the first sock.

Video: Binding Off on Two at a Time Socks – JSSBO







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To bind off on two-at-a-time socks, you'll need to save the very last stitch of the first half of the first sock. Reserve it on the needle. Then bind off the second sock. Then resume binding off the first sock.

Here is the trick I mentioned: How To Neaten The Last Stitch Of Your Bind-off In The Round.

This example is shown with Jeny's Surprisingly Stretchy Bind-Off, but the concept will work for the Invisible Ribbed Bind-off or any knitted or sewn bind-off.

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