The Knit bind-off method creates a neat and firm
edge. It is one of the most common bind-off methods
used on the knitting board and the easiest to learn. It
requires no extra tool other than what you use for the
knitting board itself.
Move all of the wraps on the top rake to
the bottom rake so that there are two wraps on
each peg on the bottom rake.
Knit off each peg leaving one wrap on each
Starting on the side opposite your working
yarn, pIck up the second-to-last wrap and place
it on the last wrap.
Move the wrap to the empty peg where the
second-to-last wrap used to be.
Repeat steps 1-3 for the remainder of the
wraps, always placing the second-to-last wrap
on the last wrap and knitting off.
When you have reach the last wrap, cut a
6-inch tail off the working yarn and pull
through the last stitch pulled off the loom.