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More Ways to Cast On & Bind Off
More Ways to Cast On & Bind Off
Vicki Square
Expand your project possibilities with more than 25 cast-ons and bind-offs! Learn beautiful variations for standard, stretchy and decorative effects.
Curiously Similar
Choose and use the best cast-ons and bind-offs for every knitting need. Start and finish all your knitting with a look you love and the perfect amount of stretch.
Aurora Sisneros
Aurora Sisneros
Cleanly and confidently pick up stitches along any edge, straight or curved. Learn the skills you need to add edgings, hems, necklines and more.
Chris Bylsma
Chris Bylsma
Knit clean, matching sets of increases and decreases for projects with better shaping, tantalizing textural embellishments and fewer mistakes!
Aurora Sisneros
Aurora Sisneros
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