bound off


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Synonyms for bound off

bound off one point after another

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Barry Geraghty was happy to let Sanctuaire bound off in front but he
5 : to bound or cause to bound off one point after another : skim <We were skipping stones on the pond.
Sew in-step from toe to the top of the bound off stitches.
Hold two needles with stitches to be bound off in left hand, with WS together and working yarn between needles.
On next row, cast on 3 sts over bound off sts of previous row.