Binding off some stiches at the end of a row?


I’m knitting my first cardigan and I’m trying to finish the second front panel. The instructions say that I follow the directions of the first (left) panel only in reverse. For the last panel I had to bind off 4 stitches at the beginning of a row so I’m assuming that by doing the opposite I have to bind those 4 stitches at the end of the row???

But when I do that I’m left with the thread and a stitch at the end, passed the binded off stitches…

Is what I’m saying understandable? I am not sure it makes sense?


I’m sooo happy I fond this site!!!:knitting:

By reverse, they mean you’ll do the binding off on the other edge, but do it at the beginning of the WS row. You can’t BO at the end, but only the start of a row.

Your answer was very helpful! I can now finish my project!
Thanks Again!