Often, the instructions we follow tell us to bind off stitches in pattern. Designers choose this approach to give our project a clean even edge that looks the same on both sides of the work.
It is a great way to improve the bind off edge with just a little bit of extra effort.
There are two main ways to bind off in pattern. Let’s take a look at them one by one.
Both these ways are great for binding off stitches of projects worked back and forth and the ones worked in the round. To give a perfect finish to the edge of your seamless projects, use the method explained in this tutorial
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