This morning it is raining here, what a great day to sit inside and knit.
If you have been following along you should have your last ball of yarn knit up and stitches on the needle with about 2' long tail (end length of yarn). Now what? time to bind off those live stitches on the needle.
This is a simple Bind off that keeps your work from unraveling.
Knit the first two stitches, slide the tip of the left needle into the first stitch and pass / slip the first stitch up and over the second stitch.
There is one stitch left of the needle. Knit the next stitch. Pass / slip the first stitch on the needle over the stitch you just knit. Continue until you have reached the last stitch.
When the last stitch is on the needle, you may wrap the loose yarn around the needle, slip the last stitch over the loop and pull the remaining yarn through the last stitch tightening it. When you are done, it should look something like the illustration below. You may also thread the remaining yarn through the stitch with a tapestry needle as well.
Whew! Your done! Almost. At this point your scarf should have about 64 triangles and measure about 72" long.
There are ends that weren't long enough to complete a row hanging on one side of the scarf. With a tapestry needle weave them into the scarf. Or some people split the yarn and tie it is a knot along the edge of the scarf. I don't recommended doing it that way, but choose the method that works for you.
Now that all the loose ends have been taken care of, it is time to wash and block your scarf if you desire.
I hand washed mine, and using household towels on a sunny day I spread and pinned my scarf at the edges to lie flat and allowed it dry on my back deck.
Once it is dry it is ready to wear.
I have put this one up for sale in the shop. $30.00 Hand-Knit Acrylic Scarf, Machine Washable, Cozy and Comfortable.
Thank you for stopping in and having a look.
The Alchemists Vessel would like to wish you a pleasant day.
*Illustrations used were taken from random web search images.