Today I’m posting a step-by-step tutorial for make one short rows. Personally, these are my least favorite. I think that the ‘wrapped’ stitch becomes warped and there are small holes left where the stitch is picked up.
In this example I will be working 3 sets of paired short rows (to create a curve in the middle) on a swatch that is 30 stitches wide, and each wrap and turn will be two stitches from the end, then two stitches from the previous wrap and turn.
Here I’ve marked where the short row turns occur. You can see that there are small gaps from the M1s.