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Row counter with hand cut parts.


My biggest hobby is knitting.

When I was knitting sweater, I wanted a row counter but couldn't find a nice one like what people have in Japan.

That's the reason why I made.

I have jumprings and metal sheet. That's it!

Just have to cut 11 pieces...I know that's too much work for one counter.

But I want you to enjoy your knitting time.


On the first picture, the scarf is called "XO scarf" by woocoknits.

You can find the pattern on Ravelry.


When you knit, just move the ring to the next one

and move lobster hook marker to the next ring when you reached next digit so you can count 99 rows!

To make parts smooth, I put number designs in a coin shape.


You can choose English alphabet, Arabic alphabet, mark, face, Hiragana etc for marker.

Please note in remarks.

Marker is polished, number parts are satin finish to make number stand out.


Material: Brass

Availabe up to US8 (5mm) needles.

Coin size: 6mm (0.23inch)

Ring size: OD 8mm (0.31inch) ID 6mm (0.23inch)

Marker size: 12mm (0.47inch)

Weight: approx 6gram

As time goes by, brass color changes into dark gold like antique color.
You can enjoy time-varying color.
Or you can use regular jewelry cleaning cloth.


After confirming the design, start to make, turnaround is about 3weeks.


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Row counter

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  • Free shipping to US.

    All of my jewelry is created by hand, placed in a plastic resealable bag, as item is wrapped in cotton pad and then shipped in a bubble wrapped envelope for protection with regular USPS mail.

    Satokomatsu doesn't accept returns. If there is damage to the piece upon arrival, please contact us right away and we will coordinate shipping a new ppiece out and return of the damaged item.

    • Do not spray on perfume or other sprays while wearing gold/rhodium plated jewelry.
    • Wait until your lotion or cream is dry or has been absorbed by your skin before you wear gold/rhodium plated bracelet or necklace.
    • Substances like oil, nail polish, nail polish remover, chlorine, and perfume may react with metal/plated jewelry and cause it to tarnish. This is also true for sweat, so make sure you remove your gold/rhodium plated jewelry when you exercise or doing anything requiring heavy work and when swimming.
    • After every use, clean your plated jewelry with a cotton ball or a very soft cloth to remove any dust and dirt. Gently rubbing the surface of your gold/rhodium plated jewelry using a soft jewelry cloth, helps restore shine. Do *not* use a polishing cloth as this will strip away the plating.
    • To avoid scratches, wrap your jewelry in a soft cloth after cleaning or keep it in a jewelry box separate from other types of jewelry you have. Small zip-locks work great
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