with Carol Feller
Online Class

Essential Short Row Techniques

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Overview

From better-fitting garments to three-dimensional effects, there's no shortage of benefits that short row shaping can offer your knits! During this class, designer and instructor Carol Feller will demonstrate a variety of techniques for knitting short rows, including German, Japanese, yarn over, and wrap and turn. Enjoy a comprehensive look at short row shaping as you receive step-by-step instruction for when and why you might use each method. Plus, Carol will show you how to use these techniques to create gorgeous wedge shapes, captivating color patterns and more in any project!

Details

  • intermediate
  • 8 episodes
  • 2h42m

Included in this Class

1. Introduction & Overview
4m

1. Introduction & Overview

In this brief intro, meet author and knitwear designer Carol Feller and preview the various short row techniques you'll master in this class. You'll be amazed by how short row knitting will open up a whole new world of creative possibilities in your work!

2. German Short Rows
26m

2. German Short Rows

Get out your knitting needles and start practicing the extremely useful German short row technique. Follow along with Carol as she works through two swatches using stockinette and garter stitches. Plus, see how you can use this technique to create a gorgeous shawl.

3. Short Rows In the Round
30m

3. Short Rows In the Round

Add four more short row methods to your toolkit -- wrap and turn, Japanese, yarn over and German -- as you knit in the round. You'll gain confidence as Carol gives clear, step-by-step instruction on each technique, offering helpful tips and tricks along the way!

1. Introduction & Overview

1. Introduction & Overview

2. German Short Rows

2. German Short Rows

3. Short Rows In the Round

3. Short Rows In the Round

4. Reverse Stockinette

4. Reverse Stockinette

5. Short Rows With Patterns

5. Short Rows With Patterns

6. Comparing Methods

6. Comparing Methods

7. Creating 2-D Shapes

7. Creating 2-D Shapes

8. Creating 3-D Shapes

8. Creating 3-D Shapes