This is a knitting row counter, based on the idea of an abacus, but fashioned so that it can be worn around the neck like a pendant while you are knitting. It is possible to keep track of up to one hundred rows by moving the beads on one side to count ones, and then the other side to count tens. The beads keep their place reasonably well in between knitting sessions, so your count is not lost. Each necklace is one-of-a-kind
Camille Rendal, originally from California, now resides in Laramie, Wyoming where she works as a professional artist and educator. Camille was the head of sculpture and art programs at Central Michigan University and Front Range Community College in Colorado. As an educator she enjoys inspiring others to find their creative voices.