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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Please Help! Short Row confusion on: December 17, 2013 06:52:13 PM
i may have it figured

http://www.eskimimimakes.com/2010/09/short-rows-for-sock-enthusiast-part-two.html
2  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Please Help! Short Row confusion on: December 17, 2013 05:40:48 PM
I'm working on a Cabled Christmas Stocking and I'm totally confused by how to do the heel. I have seen videos about how to do the actual wrap and turn so I think I can muddle through that part but I feel like the pattern is assuming some knowledge that I don't have

http://www.yarnspirations.com/assets/files/pattern-files/%5Bnode%3Aid%5D/pdf/en/Cabled%20Christmas%20Stocking%20_%20Yarn%20_%20Free%20Knitting%20Patterns%20_%20Crochet%20Patterns%20_%20Yarnspirations.pdf

Heel
(RS) For upper foot, k33, leave these sts unworked while shaping Heel.
Change to St st; begin Short Row shaping, working across to last 2 sts, wrp-t for each row until 15 sts remain.
Reverse the Short Row shaping by working across picking up 1 more st each row, working wraps together with
wrapped st, until all sts are being worked33 sts; end with a WS row.


It doesn't say anything about when (or if) to decrease just to work the short row shaping until 15 sts. remain. From what I understand the wrp-t doesn't alter the # of stitches

Also when it says each row I assume that means both rs and ws of the work?

Thanks for any help you can offer
3  CANADA / Alberta / Calgary daytime knitting group on: November 08, 2010 10:57:30 AM
I work with a group of people who are just learning to knit and we are looking for a daytime "stitch and bitch" that we could connect with. The people I work with are adults with developmental disabilities and through the programs  offered at the agency I work for we try to assist individuals in becoming more integrated into society. Ideally we would meet at a public venue (there would be 5-8 people) and we would just do the usual stitch and bitch type thing. I think the day we would be interested in would be thursday but that might be flexible. If you are part of a group that might be interested in something like this or know of some leads that I should follow up let me know.

Thanks
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