Short Row Knits: A Master Workshop with 20 Learn-as-You-Knit Projects

Short Row Knits: A Master Workshop with 20 Learn-as-You-Knit Projects

Carol Feller

Language: English

Pages: 160

ISBN: 0804186340

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Custom tailor your garments with short row knitting—the easy way to create darts, shape shoulders, set in sleeves, and more.
Add curves and three-dimensional shaping to your knits to create figure-flattering cardigans, wraps, and perfectly fitted hats and socks. Working partial rows into your knitting is simple: instead of knitting the whole row, you stop before you get to the end, then you turn your work, and knit in the other direction. These short rows create the extra length in the fabric needed to fashion graceful curves and silhouettes. In Short Row Knits you'll master the technique via four different methods, so you can choose your favorite. Then find out how to apply short rows to different stitch patterns—20 striking knits you'll want to wear every day.

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Adjust needle size as necessary to achieve gauge. US size H-8 (5mm) crochet hook for provisional cast-on Waste yarn for provisional cast-on Stitch markers Tapestry needle Gauge 16 stitches and 25 rows = 4" (10cm) in stockinette stitch, blocked 16 stitches and 32 rows = 4" (10cm) in garter stitch, blocked Short Row Method Used German Techniques For other techniques used in the pattern, please refer to General Techniques. Pattern Notes • Slip the first stitch along the edge purlwise

stitch), knit to last 3 stitches, slip 3 stitches purlwise. Short Row 2 (WS): Knit to double stitch, knit double stitch together as 1 stitch, k2, turn work. Repeat these last 2 rows until all stitches have been worked. Work 1 more right-side row. Complete Hood Note: It may be necessary to continue using 2 circular needles when you start working the complete hood. Switch to a single circular needle when it is comfortable to do so. Full Hood Row (WS): Knit to last 3 stitches, slip 3 stitches

Sizes and Finished Measurements To Fit Bust Circumference (up to) Bust Size Length 30" (76cm) 39¼" (99.5cm) 28½" (72cm) 34" (86cm) 43¼" (110cm) 29¼" (74.5cm) 37" (94cm) 46" (117cm) 30 (76cm) 41" (104cm) 50" (127cm) 31¼" (79.5cm) 43" (109cm) 52" (132cm) 32" (81cm) 47" (119.5cm) 56" (142cm) 33½" (85cm) 49" (124.5cm) 58" (147.5cm) 34¼" (87cm) 52" (132cm) 61¼" (155.5cm) 35¼" (89.5cm) 55" (140cm) 64" (163cm) 36¼" (92cm) Size 46" (117cm) modeled with 11" (28cm) of

stitches. The natural stretch of linen works to your advantage in creating the flattering drape of this sweater, which is started at the center back and worked from side to side. Skill Level Intermediate Sizes and Finished Measurements To Fit Bust Circumference (up to) Bust Size Length 29" (74cm) 30" (76cm) 21½" (55cm) 32" (81cm) 33" (84cm) 22¼" (56.5cm) 35" (89cm) 36" (91cm) 22½ (57cm) 38" (96.5cm) 39" (99cm) 23" (58.5cm) 41" (104cm) 42" (106.5cm) 23½" (59.5cm) 44" (112cm)

shoulder slopes in sideways-knit garments triangle with single slope wedge sloping on both sides short row techniques choosing best method for specific project in garter stitch, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 German short rows, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 Japanese short rows, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 in pattern stitches in reverse stockinette stitch in the round wrap-and-turn method (W&T), 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 yarn-over short rows, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 shoulder slopes: adjusting to suit your body shaping with short rows side-to-side

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