I-Cords are easy and fun to make. With two double pointed needles, a narrow tube is created by knitting across a row of stitches without turning the work. I-Cords have many uses such as bag handles, ties on hats, or decorative edges.
How to make an Applied I-cord:
In order to attach an I-Cord to the edge of a garment, work as follows. Cast on about 3 or 4 stitches on a double pointed needle (the I-Cord in the picture has 4 stitches). *Slide the stitches back to the beginning of the needle without turning the work. Knit all of the stitches in the row except for the last stitch. Slip the last stitch knitwise, YO (yarn over), then pick up and knit a stitch from the edge of the garment. Pass the slipped stitch and YO (2 stitches) over the last stitch. Repeat from *. Note: Some instructions do not include the YO, therefore just the slipped stitch is passed over the last stitch.
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