tjwjlove wrote::knit: My Carolinian Shawl is finished. So far, this was the longest project I have attempted in knitting. It was fun.[url=
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tjwjlove wrote::reading: Shandeh, with the short rows, I was reading and they use a Short Row Shaping. Is this to prevent a small hole where you turn? Since I'm new to knitting I read everything I can.
CohoesMom5 wrote:I check the forums every few weeks to see if there is a KAL/CAL that I could join and this is the first one that I have been able to join since the dishcloth CAL (which caused me to completely change to dishcloths and stop buying sponges - I LOVE pulling out a clean dishcloth and remembering that I made it).
I am going to buy my yarn tonight for this KAL as I have been wanting to make a shawl (I even made a couple of shawl pins but don't have any shawls). I really like the Mosiac yarn and this looks like a nice warm shawl for me to use.
Shandeh wrote:tjwjlove wrote::reading: Shandeh, with the short rows, I was reading and they use a Short Row Shaping. Is this to prevent a small hole where you turn? Since I'm new to knitting I read everything I can.
I've seen short row shaping in all sorts of designs. Knitting designers have their reasons for using them, but I've never really thought about it much. You are an observant, intelligent person.
No, No, No. I'm not intelligent. I am Observant. If I see something I don't know about, I try to read and learn about it.
Knitta wrote:I read somewhere that short row knitting enables shaping for ruffles.
And that is what is happening here
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