Knitting Long Tail Cast-On

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In this lesson, learn how to get started knitting the long tail cast-on to create an even, stretchy edge for your projects by following along step-by-step.

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Dawn D
Loved the video; it was well- said and the imaging was terrific. The only thing I'm uncertain of, and it might not matter, is which end of the yarn is on which side of the slingshot frame that you make with your fingers. In case, I'm not asking clearly -- does the resulting "tail" that you weave in when the garment is completed go on the thumb or index finger? Hopefully, one of those makes sense :-).
Teliantes S
In your left hand, the yarn you are working with in the V between your thumb and pointer is the “tail”. The yarn in your right hand is attached to the skein.
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