Here's my little demo, if you want to attend "virtually:"
Diagonal Anti-Roll Edge
By Diana Sullivan
Here’s an anti-roll edge that doesn’t take a lot of time, is easy and genuinely creates a good-looking, anti-roll edge.
Using the triple transfer tool, move the second, third, and fourth stitches from the edge over by one needle so that the second stitch goes on the end needle, the third stitch goes on the second needle, and the fourth stitch goes on the third needle. Using the one-prong end of the tool, pick up the heel of the fifth stitch and fill in the empty needle left by the transfer.
Knit two rows.
Repeat the transfer after every two rows.
Variations: You can do this with the 2-prong tool, and that works fine. It is also quite practical to do it with a 7-prong tool and get a wider fancy edge, as well.
Curious about the yarn in the photo? It was one of my experiments, just a few yards of some 2000 yards-per-pound (skinny) white cotton chenille that I used for playing around with dyeing in KoolAid. It’s pinker than the photo, not such a peach, more of a light salmon. I made a small hank out of it and tye-dyed it with cherry flavor. This was then knitted on the bulky machine at tension 5, but I think it would be better at about tension 4. You could get it through the standard machine, and I worked up one project on the garter carriage at the loosest tension.
I have also knitted this is quite a few other yarns and found that it'll give you a good edge, even in a clunky worsted weight yarn. Try it!
I did a YouTube video with this demo a little while back. Here it is: