How to Knit the Eyelet I-Cord Bind Off

How to Knit the Eyelet I-Cord Bind Off

This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the Eyelet I-cord bind off. This technique was suggested by Sarah Wilson, The Sexy Knitter. The Eyelet I-cord bind off is a way of creating a nice clean edge with a little lacy detail. It creates a tube like the I-cord, and makes a great finished piece. The I-cord cast on is the prefect complemnt for this find off. This technique gives a professional finish to your work.

Materials Used in this Tutorial


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Pattern Instructions

Skill: Intermediate

  1. Step 1

    Cast on two additional stitches

  2. Step 2

    Knit first two stitches

  3. Step 3

    K2tog

  4. Step 4

    Slip the stitches back to main needle

Repeat steps 2 – 4 until last 3 stitches


Finishing: K2tog, k1, and slip the two remaining stitches back onto main needle then k2tog

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Example of the Eyelet I-Cord Bind Off

Example of the Eyelet I-Cord Bind Off

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