River otters are my favorite. They are often called "River Wolves" because they are fierce and hunt in packs. But they also chase butterflies and make squeaky noises.
This snagless row counter will count up to ten rows at a time. It has a silver colored otter charm, a teal glass focal bead, and each ring on the row counter has teal beads to ensure that the rings to do not catch on your yarn and stitches. Fits up to size 10 US needle.
How to use our snagless beaded chain row counters:
Each ring represents a row. There are ten rings total. When knitting in the round, you would use your row counter just like you would a stitch marker. Slip the first ring onto your needle, and work your round. When you get to the second round, remove your row counter, and slip your needle through the second marker in the chain. Continue to knit in this fashion until you've knit through all ten markers. At that time you can start again from the top as you begin row 11.
The last photo is of a separate set, but shows how your row counter works. You can see the needle has been inserted into the eighth ring, denoting that the eighth row is being worked.