Short rows are a very handy way to add shaping to your knitting in both conventional and unexpected ways. Use them to turn a heel on a sock, better tailor a garment to your shape, or add unexpected twists and turns to accessories. In this class, we’ll discuss the mechanics of short rows, try out different short-row techniques, and think about when and where to use them. Experience needed: decreasing.
Students should cast on 30 stitches and work about an inch in stockinette prior to class.
Supplies for Class:
Smooth, non-haloed, worsted-weight yarn and appropriate needles.