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K1p1 invisible bind-off - Tutorial

K1p1 invisible bind-off - Tutorial
Photo above © Tani
I found This knitting tutorial on Pinterest...
Tani said: "since you end at the cuff when you knit toe-up, the bind-off must be loose and elastic. it would be a tragedy to have (unintentionally) slouchy socks after all the time you put into it. I found a k1p1 invisible bind-off that I thought might work for me described in the twisted sister’s sock workbook. the wording was a little confusing, but I plowed on…and thought to put what I learned up on the ol’ blog to share with you.  🙂
it may seem like a lot of work, but I think this bind-off is especially pretty and very elastic. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!"

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