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      <p> As you can see, this means that the bright blue turn-loop remains in where it now is, wrapped around the neck of the yellow stitch, and the knitting simply goes on without any fuss or fanfare on through to the end of the row. Now you can better see that the pink turn-loop is wrapped around the neck of the dark blue stitch alongside. As with step 2h, the turn-loop (pink in this case) simply remains in place, wrapped around the neck of the dark blue stitch as the work goes on in the usual way. Of the greatest interest to us are the turn-loops–the bright blue and pink bits at either edge of the fully short red row. In fact, many different short row techniques can be categorized by the exact combination of “wraps” and “lifts” employed. The most common techniques involve extending the turn-loops so that they are “wrapped” around the stitches alongside them. Once the wraps are created, they remain in the fabric–per illustration 2h, you simply knit or purl into the top of the stitch with the wrap around its neck.</p>

      <p> Illustration 2i shows the finished fabric. Illustration 2f shows the final result after the blue stitch has been slipped, wrapped with the running yarn (pink in this illustration) and replaced on the left needle. Row 5 (green) partial short row–starts at the pink turn-point and is worked all the way through to the left edge. Row “Sh” (red) a fully short row–starts at the bright blue turn-point, is worked towards the right edge but is stopped short when the work is again turned at the pink turn-point. In this illustration, a 4-stitch short row (red) has been worked. This is a partial short row because it touches one edge (right edge) but not the other. It is a partial row because it touches only one edge (left edge) but not the other. Weed grows overnight everywhere, and it is so strong that even when one of my neighbors covered his yard with plastic one time (out of desperation I guess) the weed grew right through the plastic!</p>

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      <p> The wrap creates a sturdy attachment, while the little bump created by the wrap remains hidden because the turn-loops are indistinguishable in the midst of the naturally bumpy fabric. As stated in the last post (theory of short rows) short rows are made by sneaking little short rows into the middle of the work–rows which don’t go from edge to edge. This variation of short rows is created by “wrapping” the turn-loops around the necks of the stitches alongside. These are the first, simplest variation on short rows. For another example, when working in garter stitch or reverse stockinette, these wrap-no-lift short rows are actually are the best kind to use. For many kinds of knitting, wrap-no-lift short rows are just fine–for one example, many knitters use these for sock heels where the stacked diagonal line of the unlifted wraps make a pleasant pattern. The essence of this trick is to knit the whole loop, both halves of it, rather than drawing one half of it, unknit, behind the swatch. Here’s the how-to in a stockinette fabric, supposing you are working from the smooth (knit) side. The point of “lifting” the wraps (also called “unwrapping”) is to hide them so they don’t show on the smooth face of a stockinette fabric.</p>

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