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Bind-Offs

Video: Undo Your Bind-Off Stitches







Difficulty: Easy

If you don't like the look of your bind-off, or if you did it too tight, you can always undo it.

Just work back, one stitch at a time, removing the bind-off and putting the stitch back on your needle.




Instructions

  1. Pull R needle out.
  2. Stabilize the stitch. Tug working yarn until stitch pops out.
  3. Insert L needle from front to back into closest st.
  4. Repeat steps 2-3 across sts to be undone.

Undo Bind-Off Sts - Step-by-Step Photo Instructions

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This is a simple move that is based on un-knitting (removing your stitches one-at-a-time).




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