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Old 11-19-2011, 10:13 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by fatoldladyinpjs View Post
I do German short rows rather than wrap and turn. They're easier. It gives you a nice seamless turn without any holes. What many beginners don't know is that when you've finished your turns and join the work back into a circle, you need to pick up a few stitches in the gap. This is the gap between the short row section and the stitches which have been left unworked. You'll do this on both the left and right sides. On the next row, you'll decrease stitches in this area until your stitch count is back to the correct number. This will prevent holes in those areas.

I think the poster did these videos backwards. Watch part 2 first and then part 1.
THanks! I have watched these two video's, and I am going to give this a try when I get to that point again. Thank you everyone for the overwhelming help! Greatly appreciated!
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