Learn how to bind off your knitting (also known as cast-off or casting off your knitting) with this informative post. We will also address how to weave in the ends of your yarn. Still photos, written directions, and a video explain every step of this basic knitting skill.
Not a darned thing! They mean the exact same thing.
Binding off is the process of safely getting your knit project off of your needles. I use ‘safely’ because the last thing we want is for our beautiful knit project to start unraveling, AMIRIGHT? This cast-off method produces an edge that is slightly elastic and very secure.
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