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Just in case my monologue on Short Rows in Episode 134 of my podcast caught your interest, here are a couple of videos that I think will make Short Rows even more understandable.


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Comment by Teresa Haskins on March 16, 2010 at 6:34am
Kelley, I just watch your video clip on "Short Rows" .... Wow! it answered a "Big Questions" that I was having .... Thank you for Sharing

Teresa
Comment by Evelyn M. Dugger on March 10, 2010 at 10:43pm
Well, I never had holes with my short rows. However, that could be because I never tried short rows before. Thanks to your video tutorials, I feel that whenever the pattern calls for them I won't be afraid to try and what's more I will succeed. Thank you, Kelley, again and again. ☺E.
Comment by Patricia A. Pearson on March 8, 2010 at 2:33am
Thank you Kate.
pat
Comment by Susan the Blue Lake Knitter on March 7, 2010 at 5:07pm
Listened to the podcast, watched the videos... I understand what you are trying to do, but when I do it I get not little holes, but sizeable holes - unacceptable for socks.
For anyone interested in a method of doing a short row heel that works, and does not include wraps or holes try this method - I found it on Ravelry, and it works. --Susan
Comment by wendy on March 7, 2010 at 9:43am
Thank you so much. What a great tutorial! I'm doing another Mr. Foster and am right at the part to start these. This was an area I really had trouble with. Could you possibly demonstrate a stitch that has been wrapped twice, as I think this would be a great help also.
Comment by Didomum on March 6, 2010 at 4:50pm
Thanks Kelly Now I get it. I do so much better when I see it done then just hearing and just in time as I have short rows coming up in the cardie for DH. It was that wrap part that just kept messing with my mind. I sat here and tried it out on some left over yarn and it worked OH! OK I had to try 3 time but got it in the end.
Comment by Tara Addesa on March 5, 2010 at 10:01pm
How Great to have these Tuts with My First Kit en route and Fruioft/Vegg BagS Calls for Short Rows I believe in the Citrus Bag ...am chomping at the bit waiting to See what a KP Kit is All about :))) Just in Case I ordered an extra 13 balls of Totally Different Colors to See if I couldn't Add to the Basic line of 6 bags plus a Pumpkin And a Lime a Lemon etc etc etc so If I can catch these Videos actually SEE what it's Doing Differently I'll be Thrilled !!!
Comment by missknitta on March 5, 2010 at 9:09pm
Wonderful tutorial! I'm definitely going to direct newer knitters to your tutorial when they ask me how to work the short rows in my patterns. Thank you :)
Comment by Brandy on March 5, 2010 at 10:27am
Thank you so much for these videos, it makes so much more sense now!!!
Comment by funtocreate on March 5, 2010 at 7:11am
Kelly,I love your instructional videos. You seem to have a gift for simplifying explanations so that they are very easy to understand and follow. I have watched videos, read explanations, etc. and still have been afraid of short rows. Now I am feeling confident enough to try them, knowing I can identify the wrap and what to do with it. Thanks so much for all of the good lessons. You should have been a teacher, but I am glad you turned to the knitting world instead. Thank you.

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