Date of publication: 2017-07-09 09:32
It would be so much more fun if I had all the different possibilities pictured in front of me so I could be like a kid in the candy store and pick out which one I wanted!
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I love the idea of matching a bind off to add to Or enhance the look of the garment or blend in, but not knowing what options might look like prevents me from experimenting. Redoing a bind off when it 8767 s too tight is frustrating. As a visual learner, seeing the look of various bind offs in one place would help me choose. Step by step videos really help (why I often use Jenny 8767 s surprisingly stretchy bind off often).
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Binding off would be so much easier/more fun/more exciting if I could figure out the best bind-off necessary for use in the pattern (loose, edged, etc.) all in one place without having to wade through other knitting information. Just tell me what I need!!
“Binding off would be so much easier/more fun/more exciting if I could _have this reference book, one easy reference to find all the different bind-offs._________.”
I am sooooooo excited to see what 8767 s in store on Saturday!!!!! Love it knowing that there is something we can watch and will have answers all in one place.
As Hoffman determined when he tried to duplicate my results, the outcome I described above doesn't actually happen. I'm not sure what caused the events I observed yesterday, but I'm certain today that it was not what I described in the question.
Binding off would be so much easier/more fun/more exciting if I could have a bind off that matched my cast on edge, was not too tight (I usually use a larger needle when binding off as I do when casting on) and was relatively easy and efficient to do. Thanks for all your research into this topic and I can 8767 t wait for Saturday!
-so looking forward to your bind-off book. Can paper copies be made? I understand from others 8767 comments that you have more books how can one get them?
know which one would be the best for the different projects and if I had your book ^_^ I have been knitting since I was 7 now 67 and didn 8767 t know that there were so many that I hadn 8767 t heard of before.
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