View Single Post
Old 02-18-2006, 07:49 PM   #7
Turning the Heel
wildforyarn's Avatar
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: somewhere in mommy land....
Posts: 810
Thanks: 25
Thanked 28 Times in 26 Posts
I completely know how you feel. I have two preschoolers home, most of the time, with one of them in preschool three afternoons. Then I take care of a toddler. So, quiet time is few and far between. I found myself making a lot of mistakes in the beginning of making the Irish Hiking Scarf.

I finally began to write down each row on paper 1, 2, 3, etc. until I finished the eighth row and then started again, it was an eight row pattern. I found this a lot easier to do then do the row counter. When you get to working the pattern for a while, it will begin to sink in and you won't have to work so hard at remembering what to do when.

I totally understand though. Sometimes it is hard and easy to forget where you are in a pattern. I think that keeping one of those really small notebooks handy and a pen worked much easier for me than a row counter.
Sara G.
Visit my blog!

wildforyarn on Ravelry

wildforyarn is offline   Reply With Quote