The standard wrap and turn works well for most short row shaping, but even the most professional knitter can still leave a loop at the back that sticks out a little.
Short rows can add smooth, even curves to anything from a sleeve to a bust, but wrap and turn isn’t always the best option.
The solution? A Japanese knitting tutorial that might forever change the way you shape those short rows. Ready to learn one of the Japanese knitting techniques that will forever change your short rows? Let’s do it!
I find that using scraps of yarn in JSR technique work the best but if there are too many turns the more handy solution is to use one long scrap yarn, which is placed at every short row turn, and then pulled off when working with saved wrap: