Bind Off Techniques
Techniques featured in this series are based on the right-handed English (or throwing) style knitting, where for the most part the working yarn is held in the right hand. Have a particular technique you'd like demonstrated? Send an EMAIL. Thanks for visiting!
Seed Stitch Bind Off
A great way to bind off seed stitch, the seed stitch bind off is good for 1x1 rib (k1, p1), or seed stitch. The edge is somewhat stretchy and blends well with these patterns.
Knitting Bind Off
One of the two basic bind off techniques, this is generally the first that students are taught, and is usually worked from the "knit" side of stockinette fabric. The companion technique, the purl bind off, would be used on the opposite (purl) side of stockinette fabric.