Easy Ribber Bind Off

Easy Ribber Bind Off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

This is an easy bind off, finished on the machine, that requires no hand sewing with a tapestry needle to complete. This tutorial assumes that
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2x2 Ribbing Edge Bind Off

2x2 Ribbing Edge Bind Off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Work a neat bind off along the edge for armhole or necklines when working in 2x2 rib.

I-Cord Bind off and Cast on

I-Cord Bind off and Cast on Tutorial for Machine Knitting

If you are a hand knitter, you may have heard of an i-cord bind off. Let's work it on the knitting machine... Plus we'll examine an i-cord cast on that will
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Bind off Basics

Bind off Basics Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Most knitting patterns tell you to bind off stitches at the end of a piece. Beginners will sit with a question mark over their heads? Which bind off method
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Stretchy Bind Off without Gate Pegs

Stretchy Bind Off without Gate Pegs Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here's a stretchy bind off for machines that do not have gate pegs (gate posts, sinker posts). Similar to the 'around the gate peg' bind off, it gives the same
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Stretchiest Bind Off Ever!

Stretchiest Bind Off Ever! Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here's a stretchy bind off that you will love! Similar to a hand knitting sewn bind off, it's just as fast as any other bind off method. This technique
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Favorite Bind off

Favorite Bind off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

An all-time favorite bind off that allows for control over the stretch of the bind off edge. Even if you love the round-the-gatepeg bind off method. You have to
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Figure 8 Bind Off

Figure 8 Bind Off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here's a loose bind off that can be used anywhere you want an extra stretchy edge. Consider using this as bind off for ribbing. Simply transfer the ribber
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Scrap Off

Scrap Off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Safely remove your knitting from the machine without dropping stitches or binding off. Scrapping off is used whenever you want to leave live, open stitches to
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Partial Bind Off

Partial Bind Off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Many times we are instructed to bind off a few stitches at the beginning of a row. For example, when shaping an armhole. What do you do with the last
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Favorite Bind Off

Favorite Bind Off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Stitch thru stitch bind off that is worked so YOU control the size of the bind off stitches and the tension of the bind off edge. Make it as firm or loose as
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Scrap on Scrap Off

Scrap on Scrap Off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Machine knitters often use scrap yarn (waste yarn) to start and end our knitting. Here are some tips and suggestions for including these techniques in your bag
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Shoulder Seams

Shoulder Seams Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Joining shoulders seams on the machine creates a tidy seam and stabilizes the garment shoulders. This is the machine knitting version of the hand knitting
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Picot Bind Off

Picot Bind Off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Inspired by a hand knitting technique, this picot bindoff decorative edge may not be the fastest finish for your knitting, but it isn't difficult and can add a
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Picot Edge on the Knitting Machine

Picot Edge on the Knitting Machine Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Similar to a crochet picot edge, this technique creates a pretty, feminine edge on your knitting.