Normally, you bind off the last two stitches the regular way, and then you break the working yarn and pull out the last loop all the way. This will create a knot. While it is entirely secure, you often create an ear because the edge stitches are a bit too loose. That’s because there is nothing to anchor them on the left side.
I will show you How to bind off/ cast off the last stitch in knitting and make it look neater.
It's easy method!
How to cast off/ bind off the last stitch in knitting and make it look neater (easy method)
Step 1: Bind off all stitches but last stitch remaining on left needle.
Step 2: Slip the last stitch to the right needle (without knitting).
Step 3: Find the left loop of the stitch one row below and lift it on your left needle
Step 4: Slip the first stitch on right needle back to the left needle.
Step 5: Knit these two stitches together (K2tog).
Step 6: Pass the second stitch over the first stitch (the way you normally would)
Step 7: Cut yarn, leaving a long tail.
Step 8: Thread tail through remaining stitch on needle and pull it tight to finish.
I hope you enjoyed this video tutorial and learned something new.
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