i'm using stitch markers kind of for the first time. and i'm using them while knitting in a round to mark the begining of the next round... i've never used them before 1. cause i didn't have any 2. cause they are confusing to me and didn't have anyone on hand to show me how they work.... so i am winging it.
with that said i'm knitting 30 rows and need to know where i am... so do i slip the stitch marker on the needle and every time it comes around i just slip it from the left needle back onto the right or is it supposed to stay somewhere?
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Your marker only marks off the stitches that are on your needle, not the rows. Just slip it from one to the other needle. The stitch after the marker is the start of your next row. Or if you are doing a pattern where you have to change something every 10 stitches, you could have a marker on your needle every 10 stitches to remind you.
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