How To Bind Off In Pattern
At KnitFreedom, I want to help you de-mystify your knitting patterns.
Since learning to read a knitting pattern lets you knit so many new things, I wanted to focus on some new instructions you may not have heard before: "Bind Off in Pattern."
"Bind off in pattern" means to knit your knits and purl your purls as you bind off.
This flattens the bound-off edge. In order to do it right, you'll need to be able to recognize your knit and purl stitches.
Here's how to do it:
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