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vinny
« on: July 12, 2006 04:18:29 AM »

I've knitted a cami top with i-cord straps.  I picked up three stitches on the inside front of the top, my straps are the right length, but i can't work out the best way to attach them at the back.  I've tried a couple of ways but it seems loose and messy.  Whats the best way to attach the three stitches at the end of the i-cord to the top?

I tried sewing it and that looked terrible.  I tried knitting each stitch together with a purl bump on the top, but that looked clumsy.  What I want is something that looks as nice and neat as the front.  I've done google and craftster searches but I can't find an answer..
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kitty824
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2006 09:42:20 AM »

I did the same with a cami I made recently.  I just picked some stitches up from the back of the cami and did a three needle bind off.  it worked really well.
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