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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
Re: Knitting Row counter
Posted by: craftsman (IP Logged)
Date: February 02, 2008 07:12PM

To keep count, at the end of each row, simply twist the dial to add "one more" to the number that shows.

Like KT, I prefer tally marks. Sometimes I photocopy the pattern and tally right on the copy (keeps the original clean), especially if it's the first time I've worked that pattern. If I need to make any adjustments (for example, extra row for longer sleeves), I have a written record.

Subject Written By Posted
  Knitting Row counter Peggysue57 01/31/2008 02:35PM
  Re: Knitting Row counter KT 01/31/2008 04:24PM
  Re: Knitting Row counter Peggysue57 02/01/2008 11:44AM
  Re: Knitting Row counter craftsman 02/02/2008 07:12PM
  Re: Knitting Row counter KT 02/01/2008 12:05PM
  Re: Knitting Row counter Peggysue57 02/01/2008 04:31PM
  Re: Knitting Row counter Alex 02/01/2008 05:14PM

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