Knitting Short Rows Book Raffle!
For those of you who know my patterns, you know I love Short Rows, so I was really happy to see a book full of nothing but short row patterns. Now it’s your turn to
Win a copy of “Knitting Short Rows”
Part pattern, part technique, this book features a chapter for each short row technique.
There are chapters devoted to Wrap & Turn, Yarnover, German, Japanese and Twin Stitch method of short rows.
Each chapter starts with a brief overview of how to perform the turn and the all important “hiding the wrap”, then it dives into a series of patterns using that short row technique. You can find pullovers, cardis, hats, wristers, shawls, you name it, all with short rows.
Here’s a sneek peek at the book
Giveaway will run now through 11:59 pm EST on July 13, 2017 and winner will be announced by by July 14th The winner will be contacted by email.
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I have never tried knitting short rows but this book looks like it would be a great motivator so I would love to have it.
I have tried short rows but they have me psyched out.
I see great patterns to knit but I avoid them like the plague due to “short row disability”. I have to get over this!!
If you want to take a video class (3 hours of video tutorials) and make a cute summer top, check out my Tortola sweater class. It has extensive tutorials on short rows.http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tortola-kal
I participated in a MKAL about a year ago that used short rows as a design element. I loved the look of the shawl and would like to learn more about short rows and the various uses for them when knitting or designing knit ware.
Short rows can make a huge difference in the flow and fit of a project. I would love to learn even more.
Short rows are a wonderful thing!
Love this book! My local library has it.