Aha, I’d still call that a tubular bind off even though it’s sewn. The EZ sewn bind off is much simpler. You do cut the yarn about three times longer than the edge and use a sewing needle. But all you do is pass the needle through the first two stitches purl wise, then pass the needle knit wise through the first stitch and push it off the needle. And repeat! Almost too simple, so I avoided it for that reason! Same manoeuvre regardless of stitch aspect. I was surprised at how effective it is!!
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It isn’t too fussy about tension either. It seems difficult to make it too tight!
It also looks less visible than I think her example shows. Not invisible but not obtrusive or lumpy either.
Here’s an example of my sweater