Here’s a fabulous, easy bind-off technique for the double-knit loom. First, a quick video and then written instructions (with photos!).
Using this technique, keep in mind that when you bind off, you will be creating another row. So if you are counting rows, for instance, 15 rows, you would complete row 14 and then bind off.
You will be working from right to left. Take the loop off the first back peg on the right and move it to the front peg. You will now have 2 loops on the front peg.
Continue moving each loop from the back peg to the front peg.
Once you have completed, you now have 2 loops on each front peg. Now hook over the bottom loop over the top loop, leaving one loop left on the peg. Continue across the board.
You will now have one loop on each peg. Take a crochet hook and pick up the loop on the first peg on the right side of the board.
Now pick up the loop on the next peg.
Pull second loop through the first loop on your crochet hook. You will now have one loop left on your crochet hook. Continue picking up the next loop and pulling it through the loop on the crochet hook.
Once you reach the end of the board, pull the yarn tail through the loop on the hook. You have now completed the easy bind-off technique. Nice and neat, yes?