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Boye Row Counter

Boye Row Counter
Gifted by Simplicity Creative Group
www.simplicity.com
Reviewed by Caitlin Kavanaugh, Editor of AllFreeKnitting

 

How many of you knitters out there find it challenging to keep track of knitted rows?  I know I do!  It becomes especially difficult when I have several projects going at the same time - something that happens much more often than not.  So what's a knitter to do?  Cut down on the amount of projects you tackle, just so it's easier to keep track of all of your rows?  Of course not!  Thanks to the Simplicity Creative Group, knitters no longer have to worry!

 

All you have to do is get your hands on one of these digital row counters and you'll be all set.  How does this counter work?  To get this handy device going, all you need is a 3V lithium battery.  Once it's on, you can easily keep track of three projects all at once.  To toggle between projects, simply press the P button to browse through everything you have stored on your counter.  Press the A button to increase the number of rows, and finally, press the S button to decrease the number of rows.  Once you are finished with a project, and wish to have start a new one, simply press and hold the R button down to reset the counter to zero.  Then you can start all of the fun all over again!

 

Don't be alarmed if your counter doesn't ever turn off - it's not supposed to.  With a powerful battery, despite staying on 24/7, this little guy is able to keep on trucking for up to a year! 



Have you ever used a digital row counter before?  What did you think of them?  Let us know in the comments! 

 

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I've never used a digital row counter before but would definitely put one to good use. It sounds easy to use and so helpful! Anything that will make my life easier is worth having.

Now this is the accessory I really need.

I haven't used a digital counter before, but I'm usually working on several projects at a time. I could use one!

I actually have one of these and simply couldn't manage without it (especially as I generally have more than one project on the go!!!) For anyone who is tempted - I say "go for it" cos you won't ever be sorry!

I haven't ever used a digital counter, but would love to. This one sounds like it would be so handy!

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