The three-needle bind off is a great knitting technique to have in your aresenal. It’s used when you have an even number of stitches that need to be seamed together, and is kind of like binding off and sewing the seam at the same time.
It’s actually really easy to do, just remember that you need to have your stitches evenly divided on two double-pointed needles or two ends of a circular needle. You’ll also probably want to work this from the wrong side because the seam is less prominent that way.
Here’s a quick video showing how to do it. I used a circular needle so you could see how that would work. This is my in the round version of the pussycat hat.
How do you use the three-needle bind off? I’d love to hear your suggestions and tips.
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