This tutorial is a machine knitting tutorial that leads up to the publishing of my pattern, "Mitered Detail Cardigan." The mitered detail in the pattern can be accomplished in two ways. The first way described in the pattern, is with short rows (also known as partial knitting) and by wrapping each stitch as they are put on hold. In order to best show what I mean, I made a video tutorial for this one...
Just in case it's too blurry in the video, here are detailed photos of what it looks like to "reactivate" a stitch into working position.
|Wrap & stitch back in the hook part of the needle.|
|Wrap & stitch ready in working position ready to knit.|
Here's a mini sample showing the detail on the front and back. I think the color pooling of the yarn helps show the order in which things were knit. The green section happened first, then the purple. With WS (wrong side - in this case the purl side) facing, this block was worked from left to right.