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February 6th, 2007, 07:30 AM
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Short Row with Wrap
This technique is used to insert extra rows in the middle of the knitting, without creating holes where you turn the work. (The inserted rows are pictured left in another color to help see them. They are otherwise very difficult to distinguish.) This technique can be used in sock patterns that use the "short row heel."

This method is also used for creating more shaping in the chest of a sweater, great if you are a C-cup or larger, and have difficulty getting sweaters to fit in a shapely way. You can modify existing patterns by inserting rows at the underside of the chest. The technique is used in Donna, a free online sweater pattern from Mag Knits

http://www.knittinghelp.com/knitting...ed_techniques/
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