When working in the round, you may encounter a stitch that was wrapped on the purl (or wrong) side and needs to be picked up on the knit (or right) side. … Wrap your working yarn around the right needle to knit the two together. The wrap will fall to the wrong side of your fabric… Nice!
What is a wrapped stitch in knitting?
The wrap and turn short row is used to shape your work without using decreases or increases. It is achieved by stopping in the middle of the row, turning your work, and knitting the other direction. By wrapping the last stitch before you turn, you can keep from a small hole forming when knitting back over the stitch.
Why do you wrap and turn in knitting?
Basically, a Short Row is just that: a row that you don’t knit to the end of the needle. There are lots of ways to turn your work partway through a row, but our favorite is called a Wrap + Turn (wrp-t). This simple method prevents holes along the Short Rows and works well with many different stitch patterns.
What is short row shaping in knitting?
In knitting, a short row is a row that is not fully knitted; the work is turned before reaching the end of the row. When working short rows, technique must be employed to prevent holes or gaps where the work is turned. There are several ways to do this.
What is a double wrap?
Double wraps are a sophisticated take on the original wrap bracelet! Made with beautiful genuine leather, we’ve designed wraps with lots of color, texture, and charms!