Giveaway: I Love Bind-Offs Video Ebook

liat bind off bookCongratulations to Carmen for winning this guide!

Today’s giveaway is a really special treat because it’s for a product that hasn’t even been released yet.

I really loved Liat Gat’s KNITFreedom Video Guide to Cast Ons, and she’s about the release a companion guide for bind offs later this week. I Love-Bind Offs: 45 Perfect Bind-Offs for Your Knitting Projects is a comprehensive guide to more than 45 different styles for getting stitches off your needle.

Liat knitted more than 200 bind-offs to help you find the perfect bind-off for your knitting projects. The guide includes clear, easy to watch HD video tutorials, step-by-step photos, text instructions, and animated GIFs for over 45 different bind-offs and tips so that you can choose your favorite way to learn. (The text instructions are thanks to my review of the cast on book, so thanks for that!)

I Love Bind-Offs launches March 8th, and will be available immediately for learning and download via an online class page and PDF. It will cost $37.99 (or 2 payments of $24.99), but one of you will get a copy for free.

Click here to join KnitFreedom’s VIP list and receive an exclusive discount code for I Love Bind-Offs when it launches (as well as free knitting tips and videos).

For your chance to win, leave a comment on this post between now and the end of the day Sunday, March 9. Do you have a favorite bind off other than the standard? I’d love to hear about it! I really like applied I-cord, but it’s rather a pain to execute and I don’t do it that often.

Thanks for visiting and good luck!

Comments

  1. joyce says

    I have never tried anything but the regular bind off but now that Liat has shown a couple of her new bind offs, I will have to try them.

  2. Lucy Portland says

    I am now using Jenny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bindoff. I’d like to learn about other alternatives.

  3. Marie Woodman says

    I only know how to do one bind off–the regular one. I would love to know how to do others.

  4. says

    I love the snippets that have been shown so far. I can’t wait to get the e-book on the 8th.
    I love the clear instructions and videos that Liam always does. I find the site a good Go-To Resource

  5. Donna Sires says

    Any tutorial that Liat does is awesome, so I’m really looking forward to this ebook. I’ve only done the standard BO and JSSBO for socks. I never knew there were so many!!

  6. Teresa Knittingdancer says

    I like to use this stretchy bindoff for shawls knit 2 together through the back loop, place stitch back on left needle, then knit 2 together through the loops. Continue to the end. I am not sure about the name of the bind off.

  7. Charlene says

    I thought, since I’ve been knitting for 50 years(!!!) that it was strictly knit and purl. I’m continually learning new techniques and would love to acclimate myself with the different bind offs!

  8. Bridget Christianson says

    It’s truly amazing how many different ways there are to cast on and off!

  9. Elizabeth Liggett says

    Boy, I’m behind the timbres; I didn’t even know Liat had done a cast-on book! But I’ve enjoyed studying her video previews, and I know the book swill be very helpful. I’ll have to check into both!

  10. Tania Koerber says

    It’s amazing that Liat was able to discover, and try, over 200 different bindoffs! And then choose “just” 45 of the best to show the rest of us. I have been following her adventures, and am looking forward to the results.

  11. Suzan Sander says

    I have tried different bind offs when the pattern calls for it but mainly I just do the same old one. I would love to receive this book so I could learn more.

  12. Helen Manning says

    excited to have a chance to win this ebook, I have numerous videos and other ebooks of Liats. she is one terrific teacher!!

  13. Joan Beard says

    I have never known more than one bind-off! What I have been missing! Will be fun to learn more

  14. Vanessa says

    I know only the standard bind off, but I am looking forward to learning some more. I’ve tried to learn some bind offs from various articles and videos with very mixed results. Liat’s tutorials sound great. She’s got a way with explanations!

    Thanks for doing this giveaway.

  15. Brenda Baty says

    I love to try anything new. This would be great because of the many options you would have binding off.

  16. Bobbi P. says

    Liat really has the best videos and e-books available! I would love to win a copy of the new Bind-Offs e-book.
    Happy knitting!

  17. Carole says

    I love Liat’s videos the way she goes slowly and explains everything along the way. I’ve learned a lot from her tutorials.

  18. Chris says

    This would be a wonderful resource to have. I need more practice. I’m not that good but I’m learning.

  19. Eleanor Sundwall says

    I’ve had the pleasure if taking a few classes from Liat, in person, and I would live a copy if this book. Her skills and teaching style are worth paying money for, though. She really is the best!

  20. Charlie says

    I absolutely love Liat’s teaching. She taught me how to knit socks. All if her videos are so incredibly helpful. I definitely would love to have this book.

  21. lyn lewis says

    I’m always disappointed with my casting off, I must surely be doing something wrong since its always tighter than I want it to be lol
    Fingers crossed : )

  22. Jessie says

    As a toe up sock knitting addict, I love Jeny’s stretchy bind off. I use it in all kinds of projects. Expanding my repertoire of cast ons and bind offs is on the list for 2014. This resource is perfect!

  23. Cynthia W says

    I usually just use the standard bind off but would love to learn more types. I’ve tried the applied I-cord and agree that it is a pain!

  24. Frances says

    I have been knitting for over 50 years and definitely need to learn more bind offs. I use the same one, unless there are specific instructions to do it otherwise.

  25. Marsha says

    I love all of Liat’s tutorials. Because of her, I can now knit socks. Her instructions are so easy to follow. Best I’ve ever seen. Great to have all these bind offs in one place. Keep helping us Liat. I need you!

  26. Rose S. says

    I only know the standard bind off so I would certainly welcome learning more new ones.

  27. says

    I’ve lately become a fan of the sewn bind off for toe-up socks. It seems to have that perfect combination of stretchy but doesn’t flair out.

  28. VivC says

    Who would have thought that there were so many bind-offs! and, that I would have such a book at the top of my wish list!

  29. Lori says

    I have tried a couple of stretchy bind-offs, but none of them compare to the regular bind-off. This would be a fun book to learn about the different kinds of bind-offs.

  30. CraftyLinda says

    I don’t know to many cast offs
    ‘s so this ebook is going to be something that will be my go to for ever. Sure hope I win but will purchase it anyway.Good Luck everyone.

  31. Julie says

    Liat is one of my favorite knitting teachers. I have been so excited to get some of these cast-off tutes in my e-mail. Would LOVE to have them all!!!

  32. says

    Do you have a favorite bind off other than the standard? I like to keep things simple, and yes that often involved just using the standard. But simple does not limit itself to standards, so am keen to learn some other (simple) techniques.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  33. Kristi says

    Every time I finish a project I spend an inordinate amount of time searching the internet for an appropriate one. This book would be wonderful.

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