If you love complicated knit design like I do, you know that sometimes tracking your rows or rounds count could be difficult and need some concentration or more than one row counter with you. That's great if you are the "knit one project at the time" knitter, but if you are the "I do not know how many wip I have at this time", like I am, needing many row counters could be more expensive than getting just one or two in your knitting bag. So I like taking notes on a sheets of paper of the knitted rows or rounds during my knitting, and using my row counter just for lace or charted repeats. I designed the following sheet to help me taking notes of the many rows or round you have sometimes to repeat into a knitting project, and want to share it with you.
Just click on the photo to get directed into my Google drive and download the .pdf to your pc.
Hope you will enjoy it! and don't forget to let me know if it helps you too!