How to count rows on a project

How do you count the rows for the stitches on a sweater pattern?

One at a time. :rofling: (I just kill myself!)

To count rows, you can do a number of things. The simplest is to make a slash mark on a scrap of paper each time you turn your knitting. You can purchase a row counter, a little cylinder that sits on your needle, which you turn as you complete each row–available everywhere and cheap. Or you can look at the knitting and count the number of ‘v’ stitches up from your cast-on edge to see how many rows you’ve knit.