A knitting counter can help keep track of where you are in your pattern, and this one can count up to 100 rows! Simply slip the tip of your knitting needle through the next loop of the chain at the beginning of each row until you reach the end, then you know you have knit 10 rows. Hurray! If you need to count more rows than 10 simply clip the lobster clasp to the top ring(representing the tens place value) and move down the chain as before until you reach the end and now you’ll have knit 20 rows. Repeat this moving the lobster clasp to the second ring (20s).
Knitting row counters make a great gift for the knitter in your life, or a special treat for yourself.