Amethyst – Knitting Row Counter

(4 customer reviews)


Once you use one of our Number Chain row counters, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without one. The will soon become one of the most used tools in your knitting bag.

Use it to keep track of your rows, pattern repeats, or any other pattern element that requires counting. Never get lost in a pattern again!

To use:  Place row counter on needles as any other stitch marker. Each time you come to the counter move it to the next number in the chain. Use the clip to mark the “10’s” place when counting more than 10 rows, or use it to keep track of pattern repeats.

As a gift to you, we include a single purple storage tin with orders of 2 or more sets of markers or row counters. Click the button below to add more tins to your order.

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Size Chart


  • Fits Knitting Needles up to US 4 (3.5 mm)
  • Fits Crochet Hooks up to E (3.5 mm) 


  • Fits Knitting Needles up to US 8 (5 mm)
  • Fits Crochet Hooks up to H (5 mm)


  • Fits Knitting Needles up to US 10.5 (6.5mm)
  • Fits Crochet Hooks up to K (6.5 mm)


  • Fits Knitting Needles up to US 15 (10 mm)
  • Fits Crochet Hooks up to N (10 mm)

How to use your row counter for knitting

How to use your row counter for crochet

Additional information


Small (up to US 4 needle / E hook), Medium (up to US 8 needle / H hook), Large (up to US 10.5 needle / K hook), XL (up to US 15 needle / N hook)

4 reviews for Amethyst – Knitting Row Counter

  1. Virginia (verified owner)

    This is great. I never miss counting a row and it’s so easy to use.

  2. Anita Prickett (verified owner)

    It just arrived and I started using it immediately on my current project….love it!

  3. Jennni (verified owner)

    I LOVE this row counter. When it arrived, I put it on a current project—a hat using fingering-weight yearn. I have found it far easier to keep track of my rows than using an app on my phone (which either drains the battery or required me to unlock my phone each row) or the heavy Clover-twist counter (I may or may not sometimes forget to increase rows as I finish them with the Clover counter). As I finish up a row, I just slip to the next number. So far, no forgetting to increase rows.

    And unlike any other markers I use with lightweight yarn, there are no not-quite-closed joins for fine yarn to slip into. It’s taking me a little while to get used to using this format for row tracking but I LOVE it. the yarn does have a tendency to wrap around the counter when I jam it in my bag, but because there are no joins, I just have to unwrap it. I will most certainly be buying more of these in the future.

  4. Alice Duval (verified owner)

    Exactly as pictured — and what I needed! Arrived quickly and putting it to use on a fingering weight sweater on the needles!

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