How to finish the knitwear you've worn ribbed bodom (elastic finish)? Once you learn how to impose your eyes, create the right and wrong eyes so that your work gets full shape you need to finish it. Code smooth The point process is simple. If you have worked with a ribbon point you will need to use a new finishing technique so that your finish work would not be wider than the rest of the work. In this attachment we will show you that this is very easy. This is just one of the ways you can finish your work.
After completing the last order, we are going to finish your work. From the first to the last ears the procedure is the same. Push the right needle back to the left (at the time you start making the end all your left needle clicks, then skip this section). The work thread is behind the knit. Iglu in your right hand steer forward from right to left through your first eye.
Now push the needle forward from left to right through the other eye (like when you are making the right eye). Your first eye will move over to another eyebrow. Grasp the thread behind the knit.
Thread the nozzle through the eye and remove both eyelets (the work and the one you have switched on) with the needle. Repeat the procedure until the last eye.
Make the last look a bit bigger. Cut off the work thread long enough and thread it through that final eye and tighten it.
For a better understanding, see our video How an elastic finish is compressed.
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