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NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 14 GREAT COLORS!
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Time Left: 13d 20h 5m

NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 14 GREAT COLORS!
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$6.50
Time Left: 13d 20h 5m

NewCute Needle Craft Crochet Knitting Row Counter Stitch Tally Pendant Plastic Mini
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Time Left: 5d 3h 8m

NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 14 GREAT COLORS!
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$6.50
Time Left: 13d 20h 5m

NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 14 GREAT COLORS!
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$6.50
Time Left: 13d 20h 5m

NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 14 GREAT COLORS!
Notions & Tools
$6.50
Time Left: 13d 20h 5m

NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 14 GREAT COLORS!
Notions & Tools
$6.50
Time Left: 13d 20h 5m

NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 14 GREAT COLORS!
Notions & Tools
$6.50
Time Left: 13d 20h 5m

NewNeedle Crafts Crochet Knitting Row Counter Stitch Tally Pendant Plastic Mini
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$1.30
Time Left: 18d 5h 30m

NewKNITTING/ CROCHET FINGER ROW COUNTER- TALLY DIGITAL- 14 GREAT COLORS!
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$6.50
Time Left: 13d 20h 5m

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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

Rather than waste my money on those monstrous 9- or 12- inch stitch holders, I would invest in more sizes and lengths of circular needles to add to my collection. A row counter, when working a difficult, multirow pattern, can be a big help, ...
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 ... Start by putting a slip knot on your knitting needle (the needle without the row counter or rubber band).
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,...

Socks from the Toe Up
128 pages
Socks from the Toe Up

I wouldn't recommend using these to knit socks, unless you want your needles to double as weapons— you could easily ... ROW COUNTER Although it is not always necessary to count the rows in your sock knitting, you may find it easier to  ...
About this book
Discover a new approach to sock knitting with Wendy D. Johnson and Socks from the Toe Up. This approach, made famous by her popular blog WendyKnits.net, will turn even the most reluctant knitter into a toe-up nut. Knitting a sock from the toe up saves yarn and always gives a perfect fit. And? No grafting! Wendy provides all the how-tos, tips, and techniques you need, as well as the pros and cons behind all of the cast-on, toe, heel, and bind-off options, gleaned from her years of experience. With...

Granny's Blanket

There is only one other knitter in Zach's family: his grandmother, whom I was able to meet only a few times, unfortunately.   Among her many talents, she also knit and crocheted.   So, when the family was cleaning out her things a few years ago, they set aside her knitting and crocheting stuff for me to sort through.   Stored in with all her needles and yarns were patterns and pattern notes that she'd made.   One of these was the blanket that she made for Zach and his siblings and cousins.   Not that it was one blanket, of course. she used the same pattern in different yarns to make a blanket for each of her grandchildren.    These blankets are full, adult-size blankets, not baby blankets, so although the pattern is straight-forward, these aren't quick projects, just based on the sheer size.   The blanket itself is constructed as a series of panels, then seamed together.   Think stitching a bunch of scarves together to form a blanket.   It seems to be a pretty common blanket-making technique, actually, and I've seen similar other patterns around.   This is just the version I got from Granny's notes (with any gaps filled by studying Zach's blanket). The stitch markers you can see clipped to the blanket panel in the. This blog chronicles my books, movies, and of course, knitting - the ways I try to stay myself in all these crazy places.