Just find this information on my laptop, but don't remember which site it came from...
Next time you are short-rowing and want it to be invisible, such as a sideways knit skirt, try this short-rowing method. It takes a little more time than the automatic wrap method, but the results are well-worth the extra time. If you are short-rowing several needles, put all needles minus 1 in Hold opposite the carriage. For example, if you are short-rowing 10 needles every 2 rows, put 9 needles in Hold. Knit 1 row, wrap the yarn under and over the first needle in Hold. Then put the 10th needle in Hold and wrap under the new needle. Knit the 2nd row.
"Under and over the old -- then under the new."
You are a veritable encyclopedia of great info! Thanks!
I knew of automatic wrapping, but this method is new to me. Thank you for sharing.
This tip comes from the famous Ricki Mundstock whose site "Magic Cables" is no longer online.
Thank you Palma Asd. I'm going to try this method. I could not get the link to work but I was able to copy your post and paste it into a new document. I have done that with several of your recent posts.
Thanks, I am going to try this method. I have such a problem with short rows.
Interesting, worth a try at least. Thank you.
Thanks, I use to do it that way, and totally forgot about it, will go back to that. Thanks again.
Wow!! There's always something new to learn. Thanks!!!
Thanks! Another gem to add to my notebook.
FYI manual wrapping is more invisible than automatic wrapping.