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How to End the Last Row of Knitting?

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Ending the last row of knitting is called casting off. Basically you are just binding each stitch instead of creating a new row. Casting off can be done a few ways. For more information look here: casting off knitting stitches www.knittinghelp.com;
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1. Measure the finished scarf from one end to the other end that is still on the needle to be sure it fulfills the length requirement listed in the instructions for that project.
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Yes, end at the END of that WS row :
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What some people do to overcome this problem is to cast on one extra stitch-or don't count the slip knot in the stitch count. When you get to the slip knot, don't even try to knit
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