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Topic: What type of bind off is this?  (Read 451 times)
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lisacb
« on: October 16, 2005 05:59:27 PM »

I'm working on the Wrap jacket with flounce edging jacket from the Fall Rebecca mag. I've done the flounce but for the bind off the pattern instructs to: work a slip stitch before and after each 3 knit stitches (bring yarn around the rh needle, then the worked st over yarn). I must have brain freeze because I can't visualise this. Is this what a  One over Two bind off is or is it a regular knit bind off but with a slipped stitch instead? Or something else entirely?
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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2005 10:33:34 PM »

Is there some stitch pattern going on, or is the instruction just pulling "3 knit stitches" out of the air?

Either way, it sounds similar to a one over two bind off, though the ratio might be different (3 over 5 or something).

I would just give it a go, stitch by stitch, and see how it turns out.
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