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Technique Corner June 6, 2016

Knitting patterns often require you to work partially bound-off rows for shoulder shaping, or decorative picots; but what do you do if you discover you have accidentally bound off too many (or too few) stitches? Rather than completely ripping out the bound-off edge and starting again, you can simply adjust it by adding or removing bound-off stitches! Watch the video to learn this easy, time-saving technique:

For more videos like this, see Lucy’s Binding Off playlist.

Julia Watt (on Ravelry: Julia Watt; my Etsy store: LanesEndKnots)


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Lucy’s Craftsy Classes: Foundations of Double Knitting, My First Socks and Fearless Knitting – Empowering Techniques for Every Knitter.

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