I’ve decided that this week I’m going to be focusing on short rows. Every day I’m going to post about this wonderful technique. I’ll start today by explaining what short rows are and how they work. Later this week I’ll continue with posts about how to do different short row techniques including: the wrap and turn short row, the yarn over short row, the make one short row, and the Japanese short row. Then next week I plan on talking about different ways to use short rows. I hope you’ll all find this information helpful and interesting.
In the picture below you can see that at each turning point the number of pink rows increases by two stitches.