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You should be doing this easy bind-off trick at the end of every project. See the results for yourself below – I think you’ll agree.
This is a simple move to neaten the last stitch of your bind-off every time you finish a project.
It’s a little superstar trick that you do at the very end that will square up your edges, especially if your side stitches tend to get stretched-out.ARVE Error: src mismatch
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This bind-off trick for knitting in the round totally changed by life. Make the last stitch invisible? It’s a no-brainer.
Every single time you’re binding off in the round, use this trick to make the join completely disappear.
No one will be able to tell where you started and where you stopped.
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.