I’ve tried all sorts of methods of numbering rows for a quilt to keep the sewn rows in order. Most times, I use a small square of paper and put the row number on it and safety pin it in place. But, the paper usually curls and can’t re-use them too many times. I think I’ve thought of a clever way of numbering the rows.
I took 2 reinforcement labels - usually used for reinforcing the holes on loose leaf paper – stuck them together, put a number on both sides and used a pin to pin the marker to the row. I had some pins that don’t have that coil at the end of the pin. I like the way they work for this.
Seeing as how these are made from vinyl, they will probably last a long time. I seem to remember back when I did some knitting years ago, they had plastic row markers that might work for this purpose. The next time I go to JoAnn, I’m going to check out the knitting department to see if they have something that might be used instead of the reinforcements. If not, then I better be sure to have a good supply of the reinforcements on hand.