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NewMini Knitting Row Counter Pendant Crochet Knit Yarn Stitch Weave Multi Purpose
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NewPendant Style Multi Purpose Knitting Stitch Yarn Weave Row Counter Random Color
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NewMini Knitting Row Counter Pendant Style Crochet Knit Yarn Stitch Tally Crafts
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NewMulti Purpose Knitting Row Counter Weave Crochet Knit Stitch Tally Pendant Style
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NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 6 GREAT COLORS!
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NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 6 GREAT COLORS!
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NewMini Knitting Row Counter Pendant Crochet Knit Yarn Stitch Crafts Multi Purpose
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NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 6 GREAT COLORS!
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NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 6 GREAT COLORS!
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can I use knitting row counters on crochet hooks?

If this is not what the overwhelming ways to keep track of lines?
I'm working on a felted purse ... a project that feels like it will never end.


I never had any break guard against a row on a hook. All I did was put a long length of wire through the line and cons to wear a necklace, changing the lines that I went.


I do not see why not, I do. I oon decent link that the "tail" where I started, or the pins on the side of my work. Works great for me.

Will somebody tell me how to use a row count thank you?

I am a crocheter and I have outbreak with keep the rows count so I got a knit row counter but I do not know have to use it so will some one tell me


Go on the row counter when you complete a row, *or* advance the row counter when you start a row. Whichever you choose, just be consistent.

I espouse to start my row counter at "1" after completing the initial chain, and advance


With most row counters, you fully click the right side for each row. When you reach ten rows, click the left side to increase the "tens" button. Upon this helps.

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Knitting in Plain English, The Only Book Any Knitter Will Ever Need
282 pages
Knitting in Plain English, The Only Book Any Knitter Will Ever Need

The Only Book Any Knitter Will Ever Need Maggie Righetti. piece. Yarn has the ... A row counter, when working a difficult, multirow pattern, can be a big help, although I rarely use the row counters as the manufacturer intended. He intended me ...
About this book
The first edition of this indispensable classic gave knitters easy-to-follow (and fun-to-read) advice on producing the knits of their dreams. Drawing on decades of experience as a knitting instructor and designer, Maggie Righetti offered step-by-step directions on avoiding common mistakes and getting out of tricky spots. Now, in this completely updated and revised version, Righetti gives readers what they've asked for: advice on making all different garments, working with new patterns and different...

Stitch 'n Bitch, The Knitter's Handbook
248 pages
Stitch 'n Bitch, The Knitter's Handbook

It's easy: Just knit to the point where you need the buttonhole, bind off the number of stitches your pattern tells you to, then continue knitting to the end of the row. On the next row, knit to the point where you bound off stitches in the previous row.
About this book
Knitting is hot, with 4 million newcomers in the last few years joining a core group of 38,000,000 knitters nationwide. And these are primarily young, creative, connected chicks with sticks who are coming together in living rooms, knitting cafes, and chic yarn stores, and making everything from funky hats to bikinis.In Stitch 'n Bitch, Debbie Stoller-founder of the first Stitch 'n Bitch knitting group in New York City-covers every aspect of knitting and the knitting-together lifestyle: the how-to,...

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Knitting and Crocheting Illustrated
256 pages
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Knitting and Crocheting Illustrated

To use them, just turn the dial at the end of each row. They come in three sizes to accommodate different needle sizes. A row counter with a loop at the top is available to hang from circular needles. Of course, a tick mark made with pencil and ...
About this book
A revised guide to needlecraft provides step-by-step instructions for and valuable tips on knitting, quilting, embroidery, crochet, and other creative crafts, furnishing a review of materials, a stitch glossary, and illustrations and diagrams demonstrating basic stitching techniques. Original

Glover: A journey back to Christmas 1943 in downtown Trenton

Join me on a journey back to a very different Christmas season. Today we have those huge malls, which long ago replaced the once thriving department stores that drew shoppers like magic to cities and towns all over America. We had Sears, Dunham’s, S. S. Kresge, Woolworth’s, Nevius-Voorhees and many other downtown Trenton stores catering to the countless Trenton area Christmas shoppers. Come back with me to the Christmas of 1943 in downtown Trenton. Mom Glover was shopping for some pink wool so she could finish knitting those booties for my little niece, Gwen. Kresge's didn't have any pink wool left, and we had to go down East State Street to Nevius-Voorhees. " Let's get back to the cold, windy streets of 1943 Trenton:. We trudged along East State Street, stopping every now and then to gawk at the Christmas windows in the shops along the way. I kept saying I wanted to go to Goldberg's, and Mom kept saying no. As we ap¬proached the Mayfair Theater, I ran ahead of Mom, and once again mar¬veled at the beautiful blue mirror tiles that covered the walls of the entranceway. The Mayfair was one of the “first run” movie theaters in Trenton. Even if you went there to see one of those "yucky" love stories, all of the gang back home would be green with envy because you had gone to the Mayfair. "This must be what it's like in heaven," I thought to myself, as the light reflected by the blue mirrors lent a fascinating aura to the place. "Yup'," I thought to myself, "this is what those people in heaven get day after day. "Mom," I said, already knowing the answer, "can we go see ‘Destroyer’. " "Not on your life," she answered, "we're going to Nevius Voorhees for wool, and then we're going home. Did you ever go shop¬ping at Nevius-Voorhees. If you're a girl, you probably loved it. but it sure ain’t no place for a boy. It seems like all they had were row upon row of dresses, slips, pink silk Jockey shorts for girls, perfume, and frilly stuff like that. Mom bought a bottle of skin-colored paint for my sister-in-law, Gloria. Those girls ac¬tually paint their legs to make it look like they are wearing those long stockings that the ladies wear. You probably don't believe me, but it's true, and just last week, me 'n Don Slabicki and Bobby Soffel caught all kinds of hell for rubbin' coal on our faces while we were playin' soldier. Mom said that was different. I told her the only difference was that we used a different color and we used it on our faces, not our legs.

Seven Quick Takes: Pirate Scum Edition (aka, Late As Usual)

One of the days during my drive this week, I was flipping through the radio stations (why does every station go to commercial at the SAME TIME. ), and was just scanning for any station my button would flip to. Eventually I was down in the lower numbers, which tend to mean classical and boring stations, and all of a sudden a Scottish voice was talking to me. I, of course, stopped, thinking... Well, it wasn't Craig Ferguson, and he was talking about the book of Ruth. Handsome Scottish voice giving a sermon on a great book of the Bible. Thankfully we don't have teambuildy-type activities at my job, but we definitely don't have cubicles or any sort of separating apparati and I'm not a huge fan of our current set-up. But I also only have two more weeks there (and then I get to move on to a job where I'll be NEVER separated from other people, mostly. I think, though, that a lot of times people think I'm mad when I don't engage in their small talk. Sometimes I do. But sometimes it feels pointless, or I really have nothing to add so all I can say is "Oh. " Oh well. Some people operate on lots of small talk, and good for them. Just don't be annoyed when I don't jump in. 4. I discovered a new awesomeness to knitting: mobius knitting. Now, I've known about infinity scarves that purposely have a twist in them to make them mobi-etical, but typically you're supposed to try to avoid a twist during cast-on for those kinds of things (because, for instance, a mobius hat wouldn't... On Sunday I volunteered to test knit a pattern for someone (test knitting. Pretty patterns for free, and my knitting actually feels useful. ), and it requires doing a mobius cast-on and knitting like that for the first section. Like I said, different than just adding a twist to a regular cast-on. Also further proof to my theory that part of the reason I love knitting so much is that it's so mathematical....

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Knitting help for keeping track: Beaverton woman creates kit, starts business
"Some projects, at a certain point, you have to change patterns; you have to know what row you're on," said 56-year-old Sheri Hill, a longtime Beaverton resident who has been knitting since her 20s. In any given week, Hill works on about 10 knitting

Free The Nipple: (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right to Go Topless
Free The Nipple: (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right to Go Topless Out today, Free the Nipple tells the story of a young, relentlessly earnest female journalist, With (Lina Esco), whose reporting on women protesting topless in New York City leads her to cross the line from journalistic observer to equal rights

Glover: A journey back to Christmas 1943 in downtown Trenton
Mom Glover was shopping for some pink wool so she could finish knitting those booties for my little niece, Gwen. Kresge's didn't have any It seems like all they had were row upon row of dresses, slips, pink silk Jockey shorts for girls, perfume

If you really love your dog, knit it a winter woolly says JENNI MURRAY
If you really love your dog, knit it a winter woolly says JENNI MURRAY So in the end I went for the Puppy Polo (a jumper with a rollneck to you and me). I excitedly restocked my knitting bag with needles, a stitch holder, row counter, darning needle, tape measure and a strange contraption that helps you knit a rollneck in