Tube Top Binding Off and Finishing

This tube top requires a tubular bind-off to match the cast-on at the top.

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The tubular bind-off uses a blunt-tipped needle and a piece of yarn that's four times as long as the width of your finished tube top. Or you may use a regular bind-off if you wish.

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