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||Posted - 06/30/2010 : 05:02:15 AM
Well I was always wondering whether there was a row counter which goes above the famous 2 digit (ie up to 99 rows) and I have managed to find a site which I have popped on my site which actually does a digital 3 digit row counter. I thought I would spread the word as I know this is something which is discussed quite a lot in the uk.
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||Posted - 07/06/2010 : 8:59:04 PM
What is your site, Lorraine?
Donna in VA
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||Posted - 06/30/2010 : 08:52:34 AM
I love the sound of that method Sharon!! I have knitted in the fashion industry for years and with lots of encouragement and kicks hence the new site. I do believe the only thing I read are knitting books and stitch references. Oh, I believe the last book I did read was Bridget Jones, Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding.
Let me know if you start making your row counters and I will spread the word.
Lovely speaking to you
||Posted - 06/30/2010 : 06:03:29 AM
I had my DH make me a row counter. I designed it like an abacus. It is really great to use, Just flick a bead with my knitting needle. I guess I could make some up and sell them to other knitters. It counts up to 999 and there is no way I'm going to be knitting anything with that many rows!
Sharon in NW PA
I always wanted my own library but I didn't realize it would be all knitting books!