To review short rows, I looked in my bookmarks (don't you love del.icio.us?) and found Nona's entries on 3 short row techniques.
From bottom to top:
- Wrapped stitch (biggish hole)
- Yarn Over (somewhat smaller hole)
- Japanese (no hole, just a flat spot of stockinette)
My situation varied in two ways:
- There are 2 short rows before joining it together with the rest of the row.
- This is in garter stitch, not stockinette.
Thanks, Nona, for documenting your great experiment!