How do you remember where you are on a row when you have a ton of directions to follow all at once.
P6 *k2, ssk, yo, K1, yo, K2, P11 ; repear frpm *, P6
and you have to do that several times to the end of the row and you have 36 rows to follow and each one is different?
I usually use a row counter to keep up with where I am and a colored pencil to mark out what I did (if it is complicated like this), but I am unsure how to do it several several times because once I get the 36 rows of the pattern done I will have to do it again and again and again.
Does anyone out there have a trick on how to keep all this straight? I would be very greatful ! I tried stitch markers and still got things a bit out of whack. I was thinking of printing the pattern a bunch of times to keep up with where I was with a colored pencil. What do you think?
I’m not used to having to keep up with so much stuff in one row lol.
Thanks a bunch !!!