Pinner wrote: the better bind off (Elizabeth Zimmerman). Pinner wrote, "love, love, love this bind off. I use it for the bottoms of sweaters when I knit from the top down and anywhere else you need a nice stretchy edge.
Bias Bind-off = smooth, much easier to sew or pick up stitches on curved edges, not to mention it looks spectacular compared to the instructions usually found in patterns. Try it on you next curved-edges project
Interlock bindoff (alternative to JSSBO). Bindoff That Stretches Out And Snaps Back In Place And Is Also Invisible(or close to it). This is one of my favorite bind offs, it doesn't leave a ruffled effect after being stretched .
My favorite knitted buttonhole is the one-row horizontal method because it produces a much neater finish and it is one of the sturdiest of all buttonholes because it does not require additional reinforcement.