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  • emma gende

    Run out of yarn? Crochet cast-off on a knitted item. Uses no extra yarn! I'll have to remember this.

  • Amanda Benis

    Crochet cast-off on a knitted item. Uses no extra yarn! Great for those times when there isn't enough for one more row. I wonder if this would be a tight bind off.

  • Leenie Smith

    Crochet cast off on knitted item. Uses no extra yarn! Looks like a good thing to know when you under estimate remaining yardage

  • Gabriella Calderini

    CROCHET CASTOFF

  • Mélinda Gordon

    Run out of yarn? Crochet cast-off on a knitted item. Uses no extra yarn! Yarn Harlot.

  • Ursula Langtad

    Run out of yarn? Crochet cast-off on a knitted item. Uses no extra yarn! A BIG reason to get comfortable with a crochet hook.

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Crochet Cast-Off that takes no yarn. Who knew?

Crochet Cast-Off Advantages: It takes NO YARN. Yup, no yarn. You can knit and knit until you are totally out of yarn and then cast off :-)

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