How to Knit Double and Triple

"I-Cord" Selvedges

Neat & Stable Selvedges Either 2 or 3 Stitches Wide

How to Knit Double & Triple "I-Cord" Edges | Easy Selvedge Knitting Tutorial | 2 or 3 Stitches Wide


These double and triple "I-cord" edges are easy to add to any knitting pattern to create a smooth and neat selvedges.

In  comparison to the classic I-cord edging I previously made a video  about, these edging techniques are more equal in width on both sides,  and therefore have a neater and more balanced appearance.


The  double selvedge is 2 stitches wide, and the triple selvedge is 3  stitches wide, and the stitches wrap around the edges to produce quite a  chunky and stable edging. They're really easy to knit, so are great for  beginners to try too.

How to Knit Double and Triple
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"I-Cord" Selvedges

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How to Knit Double and Triple
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"I-Cord" Selvedges
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