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Knitting Bind-offs With Picot for Beginners Tutorial 7 Method 7 of 12

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Knitting Bind-offs With Picot for Beginners Tutorial 7 Method 7 of 12


Learn how to bind off stitches on your knitted piece using a crochet hook. This bind-off method is called a crochet bind off and it involves knitting each loop and then passing it through the previous loop. This bind/cast off method produces the same result as a regular basic knit bind off, but this time we are working with a crochet hook instead of the working needle and it seems to be little faster and easier. To keep your row bind off loose and stretchy you should use larger number of crochet hook. Thanks for watching! Knitting needles 4 mm and yarn: 55% Cotton, 45% Polyacrylic, 160m in 50g, 5 ply. 


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