Lace Knitting Pattern Keeper

negativitysucks's picture

I knew I was going to have trouble keeping track of my pattern but I wanted to start on the lace and didn't want to wait for a pattern keeper from KnitPicks. It's only ten bucks, but it's on my list for when I buy yarn again (so I don't have to pay shipping).

I pilfered a magnet sheet from my office and cut it into strips, then stuck strips to a sheet pan from my kitchen.

Problem solved. And one of the few problems that didn't require duct tape :-)

Frank in NYC

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chipsir's picture

The solution for me was to

The solution for me was to have several copies made and blown up (age and eye sight you know) I then use a high lighter to cross off my completed row. We all have our own methods and I think it is great that we all share!!!

steve kadel's picture

i put my patterns in clear

i put my patterns in clear sleeves with three-hole edges for filign later. then i feel free to tape up the sleevee anywhere convenient. btw - it slips nicely into upright tray on back of plane seat in front of you

gardenguy42's picture

Excellent solution! I like

Excellent solution! I like how the whole sheet fits in the pan. Brilliant!

PS I use the Knit Picks pattern keeper and it works nicely too.

"You must be the change you wish to see in the world." -- Mahatma Gandhi

TheKnittingMill's picture

A true knitting

A true knitting MacGyverism--I love it!

WillyG's picture

Not the most portable, but a

Not the most portable, but a great use of your money! I bought a set made of a strip of ribbon with magnetic strips glued on to reach the width of a sheet of paper. The problem with that, besides being waaay overpriced (hitting my head with my fist), is that it's a difficult job to get the two magnetic strips to line up where you want them...it takes a lot of fiddling each time you move on to the next row. So the single magnet with the sheet of metal makes a lot more sense, as does the idea of making your own. Kudos!