Beginner | 5 min
Crocheted Short Rows are used to create three-dimensional shapes—like socks, bust darts, or curved shawls—without adding a lot of seaming or bulk. In this snappy tutorial, Marly demonstrates how to work short rows on a crocheted sock in order to create a perfectly cupped heel. This lesson is helpful for anyone who wants to explore ways to shape crochet, and can be applied to any pattern that calls for short rows.
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