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Old 03-23-2011, 11:00 PM   #285
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When I am knitting a compliated pattern this is what I do: I take two slip on row countersand put one on the left needle and one on the right needle. As I knit the first row marker is set at 1 and the othermarker will get set to 1 when finished with row one then on the next row, the row counter gets set to row 2 and keep knitting . From this point, if the row counter has an odd number it will be the wrong side . If I find I have to stop , I finish the row I am working on and place the row counter on the needle in front of the work. If the row counter is in front of the work, the row should be the next row to be knitted and the row counter at the end of the work should be the last row worked.
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