Tutorial: Adding Short Rows to the Back of the Sweater Neck

In case you missed it, I’ve uploaded a new tutorial to YouTube. In this video, I show you how to add short row shaping to the back neck of a sweater–even if the pattern did not include such shaping. Adding short rows in this location can help with garment fit and keep your sweaters from tugging at the front of your neck/throat. If you have questions, I’d love to hear from you either in the comments or via email (knittingthestash (at) gmail.com)

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Happy sweater knitting!

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1 Response to Tutorial: Adding Short Rows to the Back of the Sweater Neck

  1. metaspencer says:

    Cool to get this technique out there!

    Like

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