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Grace Akhrem Workshops: Short Rows vs. Short Rows

Short-rows have unapologetically taken over knitting pattern worl by storm. Designers are using them to create everything from turning a heel, incorporating bust shaping, or simply to create a unique shape in a pattern with interesting construction. Whether you are just discovering short-rows or have been working them for a while this class will uncover the mystery of when to use which technique and how they differ. In this we class will cover in depth the w&t, German, and Japanese short-row methods.

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  • Two color of worsted weight yarn in a solid (no heathers) light color that is also smooth in texture, for best results use Stonehedge Shepherd’s Wool Worsted. Avoid acrylic yarns and blends and dark colors.
  • Size 7 U.S. needles (single point or 24 "circular, whichever you prefer)
  • Locking stitch markers
  • Smooth waste yarn (about 1/2 yard) in a contrasting color
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

Homework:  None



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