my preferred method of ribbing is twisted ribbing, especially 1x1 twisted ribbing for hat brims. but when i try to do german short rows in it, to increase the height of the brim in front, i end up with small, but still noticable, holes where my turns and GSR stitches are. i’ve made sure i’m working the correct versions of the stitches on the backside (regular knits for the backs of purls, and purls through the back loop for knits through the back loop… i haven’t noticed this issue with regular ribbing, so is this just because of the combination of twisted rib and GSRs? is there a better short row technique to use in twisted rib? any help, ideas, suggestions, etc are appreciated.
thanks much, 'topher