"Do you have any tips for counting rows of slip stitch crochet ribbing?" This is one of the most common questions I get asked. Crocheters share their frustrations with me stating that they've lost count and had to frog their work and start over. Can you relate? If so, you'll love my 1 Simple Method to Counting Rows!
During testing of my Tearlach Beanie & Slouch I put together a quick tutorial for testers and they loved it! That's when I realized others may benefit from this simple method as well. I've put together this tutorial for both right-handed and left-handed crocheters and since I'm not left-handed, I asked my friend, Kathy from ELK Studio, if she would look it over for me to make sure it worked for lefties!
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Although this tutorial shows rows of slip stitch ribbing, you can use it to count rows of almost all crochet stitches. To do so, simply find the ridge that 2 rows creates and count the same way!
Try this method today on my Knot Knit Cowl
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Hi. How do I count when using school in a circle?
I am making baby groots and the pattern asks for 9 rows sc.
Hi Ellen - I always find it easier to counts rounds (when working an oval) along one of the long sides. ~Jennifer