You asked: How do you cast off last two stitches?

Does cast off count as a row?

Actually, what you shouldn’t be counting is the “row” formed by the cast on. The cast on doesn’t count as a row. But it’s easier to count all the rows in the worked fabric, below the needle, and just not count the loops on the needle.

What is the difference between cast off and bind off?

In the US we generally say “bind off” to refer to finishing the edge of a knitting project, while in the UK, they generally say “cast off”. Whichever term your pattern uses, the technique is exactly the same!

Is cast on Considered row 1?

Most patterns do not count the cast on as the first row. They tell you to cast on a number of stitches and then start row 1 usually designating it as right or wrong side row, unless you are knitting in the round, then just row 1. So, the cast on does not count as a row.

How can I tell how many rows I have knitted?

To identify a knit stitch, look for V shapes. Each V is a stitch in a row, so you can easily count rows by counting the V’s from the bottom to the top of your knitting. For example, if you count 5 V’s going from the bottom to the top of your knitting, then your knit piece has 5 rows in it.

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Where is the tail on the right side of knitting?

The tail at the bottom of your work (the yarn leftover from the cast-on row) should fall to the right of your work. When knitting in stocking stitch, this is what the right-side of your work will look like. If your pattern tells you to end on a RS row, your final row would start with the tail on the right-hand side.