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Short Rows Tutorial Part 2: Wrap and Turn Short Rows

Today I'm going to be showing you how to do the classic wrap and turn short rows. These short rows are easy to employ and don't leave any ho...

Ravelry: Halloween Pumpkin Orange Cable Scarf pattern by Isle Gardenia

Halloween Pumpkin Orange Cable Scarf pattern by Francesca at Watkins & George

http://watkinsandgeorge.wordpress.com/2012/10/21/hallowee...

Another "invisible" short row method.

Invisible Short Rows

I know there must be several versions of what I call an invisible short row out there, but since I am currently working on a sweater I can't quite show you yet, and the blog is just sitting here, I...

An illustrated guide to Short Rows with Shadow Wraps.

Short Rows with Shadow Twin

Drop by my new website for a downloadable pdf of the tutorial - Signe Venderækker, vendepinde, forkortede rækker eller short rows. Kært barn mange navne, og jeg er vild med denne måde at forme strik. Det er jo nærmest genialt, at man kan arbejde i tredimensionelle kurver - ikke kun fordi det er sjovt og smukt, men også fordi det er præcis det vores kroppe består af. Hæle, bryster, blenumser, for at nævne et par stykker. Alligevel har mig og vendepinde haft et lidt anstrengt forhold lige fra…

better way to wrap sts for shortrows

Anatomy of a Wrap

I wrap stitches a little differently than most knitters. You might notice that the technique illustrated below is rather a hairsplitting one. But I bring it to you because I use it in several different contexts, and its utility is not commonly known. I figured it was about time I documented it. Here is the classic way to wrap a stitch: 1. With working yarn in back (shown here in pink), slip a stitch from L to R needle. 2. Bring the working yarn to the front, and around the slipped stitch. 3…

Better Way To Wrap sts for shortrows

Anatomy of a Wrap

I wrap stitches a little differently than most knitters. You might notice that the technique illustrated below is rather a hairsplitting one. But I bring it to you because I use it in several different contexts, and its utility is not commonly known. I figured it was about time I documented it. Here is the classic way to wrap a stitch: 1. With working yarn in back (shown here in pink), slip a stitch from L to R needle. 2. Bring the working yarn to the front, and around the slipped stitch. 3…

A better way to wrap stitches for short rows

Anatomy of a Wrap

I wrap stitches a little differently than most knitters. You might notice that the technique illustrated below is rather a hairsplitting one. But I bring it to you because I use it in several different contexts, and its utility is not commonly known. I figured it was about time I documented it. Here is the classic way to wrap a stitch: 1. With working yarn in back (shown here in pink), slip a stitch from L to R needle. 2. Bring the working yarn to the front, and around the slipped stitch. 3…

Tutorials showing 4 different ways of knitting short rows.

Short Rows

We thought we would go through a few different methods of short rows this week and show some of advantages and disadvantages for each. We will cover: Basic Short Rows Wrap & Turn Short Rows Yar…

Invisible short rows - photo tutorial from Moth Heaven.

Invisible Short Rows

I know there must be several versions of what I call an invisible short row out there, but since I am currently working on a sweater I can't quite show you yet, and the blog is just sitting here, I...

DROPS knitting tutorial: How to knit short rows in garter st - with wrap

How to knit short rows in garter st with wrap

In this DROPS video we show how to knit short rows in garter st with wrap When knitting short rows you can shape the garment by making soft curves or give a better…

Short Rows.  How to's for different variations.  TECHknitting

TECHknitting

Today TECHknitting shows short row how-to: basic, wrap-and-turn, Japanese and so on. VARIATION 1: Basic short rows (category: no-wrap, no-lift) As stated in the last post (theory of short rows) short rows are made by sneaking little short rows into the middle of the work--rows which don't go from edge to edge. Illustration 1a is a schematic of these in their most basic form. Rows 1 and 2 (black) ordinary rows, each goes from edge to edge Row 3 (yellow) ordinary row, goes from edge to edge…