You will be binding off the same way you were following the pattern. If your first stitch would be a knit stitch, then you k, p, slip the first stitch over the second (that's one bound off stitch) then k and slip the first stitch on the needle over the second one (that's 2 bound off stitches,) purl the next stitch and slip the first stitch over the needle (that's 3 bound off stitches)
Now continue for the rest of your row in seed stitch.
Basically, you are just knitting the purls and purling the knits but binding off at the same time.
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