Okay, another question.....related to doing short rows while working in the round.
So I'm going to be doing short rows for bust shaping, obviously only on the front half of my stitches which are currently on a circular since I am knitting in the round. I am totally clear on how to actually DO short rows, but my question comes once all of the wraps have been made. Say, for example, I'm doing 6 wraps total on EACH side of the front. Let's say I've just finished my final wrap. The next directions are to then KNIT all the way across the row, picking up and including the wraps, then turn around and PURL all the way back across the row, picking up and including the wraps on the purl side. All fine and dandy if you're working flat, but what if you're working in the round. Does "knit across entire row" actually then mean "knit around entire round
"??? In other words, knit across the front stitches as usual, picking up the wraps, then continue on knitting around the back stitches which have been up till now on hold????? If so, what happens when you come up to the wraps that were done on the purl side?? Can you pick them up on the knit side and just keep going in the round as usual??
I hope this question is clear - I'm really having a tough time envisioning this in the round.