The short row technique is probably the most amazing and versatile knitting method, producing intriguing designs. It basically consists of knitting a row halfway and reversing your work to go back and knit the same stitches again. The rest of the stitches are worked in the similar manner in the next row. You can try so many amazing things and experiment with different patterns as the short row method provides ample scope for creativity. However, it is better to begin with simple projects such as a potato chip scarf or a wrist warmer until you get use to knitting short rows. Circular needles are recommended for the technique so there is no risk of losing a stitch while reversing your work. Take a look at the patterns listed below so you can decide what to knit next.
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