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Resilient Bind Off Adds a Pretty Edge to Your Knitting


Resilient Cast On

The Resilient Cast on was one of our first Nuance announcements. It’s never had a good partner bind off … until now. You can see just how pretty it is in the High Sierra Scarf pattern published last week.

The benefits are a more stretchy (resilient) bind off with a picot like edge. It’s a quick and easy adjustment to your standard bind off that adds an additional knit stitch and bind off to add form and function.


Options: The extra move can be added every other time you work the bind off (as shown in the High Sierra Scarf) or every time which will create a flared edge perfect for curvy lace projects. It’s shown here on a pair of fingerless gloves I made as a gift. The folded cuff required more room so this bind off was perfect.

Helpful Links:

Want to give it a try? Here are links for everything mentioned in this post.

resilientsquareOne more plug for the Resilient Cast On which is lovely on curved edges also. Shown here on a ruffle edge.

Up next? Another new bind off. I’m sharing some of the new Nuances used in an entire collection of projects that are coming soon (really soon!). I’m so excited to be back to blogging.

2 comments on “Resilient Bind Off Adds a Pretty Edge to Your Knitting

  1. Anjanette MacArthur
    April 26, 2017

    Between this site and the Knitter’s Paradise site I may never get any work done! Great information and so many new techniques to learn.

  2. Pingback: Curb Rolling Edges with these Pretty Options | Knitting Nuances

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This entry was posted on December 12, 2016 by in Edges, Free Downloads, Nuances.

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