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gwendoline king Posted - 04/01/2013 : 11:53:58 AM
hre are some links on how to do 2x2 tubular bind off in knitting
hope this helps

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jaymeKnits Posted - 10/27/2013 : 06:59:36 AM
you can put the knits on a needle to the front and the purls on a needle to the back and Kitchener the 2 together. It give a machine finished tubular look, stretchy but no bagging.

Check out my patterns:
azblueskies Posted - 10/08/2013 : 12:25:01 PM
I've been using Jeny's Surprisingly Stretchy Bindoff (shown in Fall 2009 Knitty and Cat Bordhi has a very good video on YouTube).

Reminder to myself: PROVISIONAL cast on for EVERYTHING except toe-up socks.

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