Short row shaping is used often in sweaters - especially those knit in the round - most commonly to raise the back neck, create a sleeve cap, lower the back hem to create the look of a shirt-tail, or a cosy shawl collar.
The Wrap and Turn Short Rows technique was one of the very first Tips and Tricks I created, and it has always been my intention to update the images and layout. We went into the city this weekend with the girls to the Franklin Institute, (not that Lucy really knew what we were doing - but at least we were able to introduce her to Charlie's favorite museum) and I used the time in the car on the way to work up a new swatch for Linette to rephotograph.
For the update, I combined the two parts into one, and tried to streamline the image-heavy sections a little bit, focusing on the parts that seem to trip people up the most.
Hopefully this new tutorial is helpful to those of you adding wrap and turn short rows to your knitting, wherever they may be!