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Shape your knitwear seamlessly--using short-rows! Add seamless curves, soft angles, and depth to your finished pieces with Knitting Short Rows. Inside, Jennifer Dassau teaches you this essential technique in a beautiful package, providing know-how and design inspiration. Learn to create short-rows through five easy-to-learn methods: wrap and turn knitting, the yarnover method, German short-rows, Japanese short-rows, and twin stitch shadow wraps. Master each through an illustrated step-by-step guide, discover how to choose your short-row method, and more! Then, show off your short-row skills with 17 knitting patterns for fashionable hats, cowls, mitts, shawls, and garments. Whether you want to enhance your knitting repertoire or are seeking great new designs for your knitted wardrobe, you'll find just what you're looking for in Knitting Short-Rows: Techniques for Great Shapes & Angles.



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Jennifer Dassau

Knitting is awesome; thank you for visiting my page! I am an independent knitwear pattern designer who loves combining engaging construction, modern shapes and the beauty of creating something wearable. I am a particular fan of garments worked seamlessly from the top down, asymmetric shawls that feature color and texture, and the magic of short rows. From my background in fashion on Seventh Avenue, I've nurtured my delight in the line, color and shape of beautiful clothing and accessories; from my even earlier experience in the legal field, I've honed my skills in communicating in a clear, organized and approachable way.
I publish designs regularly in knit.wear and other Interweave magazines, collaborate with indie dyers and mainstream yarn companies, and maintain a growing indie catalog of patterns. My self-published designs are available on Ravelry at www.ravelry.com/designers/jennifer-dassau
Find me on Ravelry, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest as knittingvortex, and on Facebook and YouTube as The Knitting Vortex.



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