Hey crocheter! Do you find your rows getting off track? Sometimes you end up with too few stitches in the row or extra stitches? This can easily happen if you are working a larger project such as an afghan or if you have a complex stitch pattern. Use this easy hack to keep your project in check.
Add locking stitch markers! Let's say you have a project with 100 stitches. Place a marker every 10 or 20 stitches. Tracking in smaller increments is a simple and fast way to identify an issue, rather than finding out several rows later and having to rip back.
These locking stitch markers attach to the stitch and are easily moved.