The method I learned (and thought I was stuck with) is the wrap-and-turn method. This requires the knitter to perform a series of maneuvers at the end of the row before turning the work. Moving the last stitch to the right hand needle, bringing the yarn to the front, moving the stitch back to the left needle, ad nauseum, blah, blah, blah. You know this method. The Dreaded Wrap and Turn Short Row.
Forget all that. Poof, gone from your mind.
Instead, knit to the point where you will turn the work, and then just turn the work. No nuthin'. Just flip it over.
|Side View of the Khajiit in progress after |
completing the Section 2, Part 1 short rows.