Anyways, here's the rest of the short-rows tutorial.
I learned how to do short rows when I first began knitting socks. Here are some other ways to insert short rows to make your knit garments fit better.
You can add short rows to the lower back of your sweater to keep it from riding up. This is especially helpful to wear with low rise jeans if you don't want to flash your lower back.
You can put short rows in the bust area of your sweater in addition to the waste shaping. This is helpful if you are...well endowed. Waist shaping will add width to the bust area, but by adding short rows you also add length, so that the sweater will drape better over the bust area.
This is the same idea as above, but on a cardigan. Here you will one set of short rows on one side, then do the other side, whereas above you would do paired short rows on both sides simultaneously.
You can see the rest of this series here:Short Rows Tutorial Part 2: Wrap and Turn
Short Rows Tutorial Part 3: Yarn Over Short Rows
Short Rows Tutorial Part 4: Make One Short Rows
Short Rows Tutorial Part 5: Japanese Short Rows