How to prevent Bind Off Edge from curling

How to prevent Bind Off Edge from curling

The curling of the Stockinette Stitch is legendary. No matter how well the fabric clogs, the edges will start to dry sooner or later. Unless of course you take precautions and add borders to the edges of your project.

but if we I don’t want to add ribs, garter stitch, seed stitch or other “non-curling” stitch patterns to your project? If you want to elegantly finish the stockinet stitch of our project, Make sure the edges stay flat?

Fortunately, it is possible, at least on the bind-off edge. What we need to do is very interesting Bind-off method to prevent curling of edges without changing the shape of the fabric.

Here’s how this works: step by step.

If you like the shape of the edges formed by this bind-off technique, feel free to Use this method to finalize a project you’ve been working on on all the stitch patterns.. You need to work the last two rows or rounds of your project in Stockinette Stitch.

that means you Knit all stitches in the last two rounds When working in rounds. If you’re working backwards and forwards, knit all the stitches in the last right row and cut out all the stitches in the last wrong row.


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How to prevent bind-off edges from curling |  10 lines a day
How to prevent bind-off edges from curling |  10 lines a day
How to prevent bind-off edges from curling |  10 lines a day

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