How to Work German Short Rows

I have found German short rows to be the cleanest and easiest short rows to knit. They have no wraps and no gaps. (They’re wrap-less and gap-less!) When working German short rows, a Double Stitch is created at each turn. This double stitch automatically closes the gap and keeps the work tidy.

Below is a video demonstrating how to work German short rows. Please note that this video was created specifically for The V-back Tee design, which I plan to release later next month. If you are viewing the video to learn how to work these short rows in other patterns, pay close attention to your pattern’s instructions, as they may vary.

This how-to video demonstrates how to work German short rows on both the wrong and right sides of the garment. In The V-back Tee there are color changes that take place in the middle of the short rows, and this video also shows how to perform the double stitches while changing colors.

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