Karin Wilmoth


Skill Level



NOTE: You have signed up for an Independent Study class. That means you have access to the video playlist for this class, and any handouts or patterns that pertain to this class. You can watch the videos and learn at your own pace, without supervision from the instructor. If you hit any snags or need any clarification, please email the instructor using the contact information above. Thanks!


Short Rows create shaping in specific areas of your knitting without having to add stitches (i.e. on a shawl, the toe of a sock, or the back of a sweater). Creating short rows simply means stopping short in a row, turning and working back, repeating this process until the desired shape is achieved. However, there are many ways to work short rows. In this class we will focus on two of the most common ways to work short rows: the German Short Row (or double stitch), and the Wrap & Turn.


Skills Required: You know how to cast on, knit, purl, and bind off.

Common Short Row Techniques: German Short Rows and Wrap & Turn Independent Study


    Strings and Things Studio

    2112 Eastman Ave #111  Ventura, CA 93003 - -