TIP: Keeping Track of Rows -- from Lily Chin Rather than constantly having to c...

February 20, 2015

TIP: Keeping Track of Rows -- from Lily Chin

Rather than constantly having to count rows from the beginning, especially in a long piece, mark off every 10 or 20 rows. Not only is it helpful to count just from the last marker, but if this piece is to be seamed to another piece later, the marked rows will help you match up the pieces perfectly.




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