A glimpse so far of progress on Helleborus Yoke Sweater. This sweater has side to side construction beginning with the right front side. You are knitting the body and the yoke simultaneously and working your way to the underarm. You are following a cable pattern for the yoke, as well as doing a moss stitch for the body, all the while watching your row count for your increases, and then throwing in a few wraps and short rows to make it really exciting. It helps to write it all down! This is the first time I have done "wraps" and short rows for shaping. I have watched a few tutorials and have found them to be helpful in visualizing wraps and what their purpose is, as well as how to do them. I am still catching on to the technique as well as how to do the knitting on the rows following the wraps in order to close up the "hole" that wraps make. I looked at Knittinghelp.com as well as Techknitter (see links to right) as well as googled "knitting wrapped stitches" to find more tutorials. Every project it seems I learn a new skill or technique. Isn't that the great thing about knitting? We can be a fearless knitters!