BO = bind-off (loom knit bind off)

loom knit bind off

Loom Knit Bind off Methods

In this article you will find links to videos of Bind-Off Methods for the knitting loom (sometimes called Cast-Off).  Most are for single knit and some are double.  If they are shown in a flat panel, they can also be used IN THE ROUND (or in a circle) for a hat, bag, tub scarf, etc. It doesn’t matter what loom this occurs on,  just make sure you use an appropriate yarn or number of strands for the gauge (spacing from center of peg to center of peg – CTC) of that loom.

(Looms shown varies and does not matter in bind off with appropriate yarn for the size of the loom.)

*We will add more Loom Knit Bind Off methods as they are filmed and uploaded.  If you would like to contribute writing the directions or closed captions for these cast on methods please contact us by clicking here.  This site is a collective effort for the knitty public to benefit! :-)  Thanks everyone!

Loom Knit Bind off Picot Bind Off flat panel.

Loom Knit bind off: Stretchy Bind Off no crochet or needle.

Loom Knit Stretchy Bind Off or Cast off loom knitting NO SEW.

Loom Knit bind off: Picot Edge Bind off or Cast off Martha Stewart Loom.

Loom Knit bind off: Double Knit Basic Bind Off or Finish Scarf no crochet.

Loom Knitting: How to Basic Bind Off.

Loom Knitting: How to Decrease Bind Off.

Loom Knit cast off Triple Rib Stitch bind off.

Loom Knit cast off a twisted knit or single rib stitch.


If we have missed a loom knit bind off you would like to use please let us know. Again, if you’d like to help make swatches for images and testing stitch patterns we would love your help!
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  1. I made a blanket on the kb loom in a rake stitch ,how do I cast off?

  2. I am making a blanket to cover my window seat that is in a bay widow which is basically shaped like a half hexagon. I have made three blankets using the KB 28” loom after watching your video for the easy double knit blanket. Can you tell me how to seam these blankets together at each end so that I can have one continuous piece? Since each piece will have to be turned slightly I cannot join straight across.

    In a related question is there a way to make a blanket on this loom that I could have one end completed at an angle since this window seat is not a straight rectangle but has an angled end? I thought that as I approached the end of the project I would just begin decreasing the number of pegs used but I did not know how to bind off properly if one side of the blanket was longer than the other side while it was still on the loom. Thank you for any advice you can give me.

  3. I would like to learn how to do a loose single stitch bind off for a baby blanket.


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