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circular needle bind off

bjames | Posted in Knitting and Crochet on

I am knitting a hat from the crown to the rim on circular needles, and want to know the technique for “binding off” while on circular needles. I cannot find any video demonstrating this method. Does anyone know of any links to a video, or easy to follow verbal directions?

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  1. starzoe | | #1

    You bind off on circular needles just as you would on straight needles. On a hat, make the bind-off looser than usual, use a needle a bit larger or do a crochet bind-off.There is a list of stretchy bind-offs at: http://socknitters.com
    Sometimes these lessons are only up for a limited time, so if you can't find it, email me and I will send it to you as an attachment. You might find it elsewhere if you Google stretchy cast offs

  2. damascusannie | | #2

    As Starzoe, says bind off just as you would for straight knitting. I use a needle at least two sizes larger than the working size to keep the bound edge flexible.

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