Use a Post-it to Keep Your Place in a Crochet Pattern

If you always lose your place reading a crochet pattern, keep a 3x5 inch Post-it pad handy. Stick a note on the row you're working on. You can use the note to write on too!


Source: From a friend.

By Branbrumom from Vian, OK


December 14, 20090 found this helpful

I just started doing this because I kept getting interrupted while doing a pattern that requires careful counting on the rows. I use one of the long skinny bookmark post-its. Works great, thanks for posting it!

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