Wednesday, August 29, 2012

After This Row




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Joyce Garris
After This Row

After This Row
After This Row Introduces the Ultimate Tool
for Both Experienced and Novice Knitters
Perfect Gift for the Knitter on Your List This Holiday Season!

After This Row will be the road map knitters in your life will reach for before beginning any new project!

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Huntley, IL (August 28, 2012)— Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens... With the holidays just months away, knitters are busy creating their favorite holiday projects for their friends and loved ones. But what do you get the knitter on your list? (Or get yourself if you are the knitter!) After This Row is a row tracking system created by Joyce Garris, an avid knitter from Huntley, Illinois. Garris created this time-saving knitting tool so she could enjoy her favorite hobby while raising her busy children. "As much as I tried to get right back to my knitting, sadly, it would sometimes be days, even weeks before I picked it up again," Garris said. "As I put my knitting away I would tell myself to remember where I left off, but most often I didn’t have a clue as to where I was when I last put down my project."
Priced affordably at just $1.99, the After This Row project sheets are designed to relieve the guesswork for knitters returning to their knitting projects. Whether they have put it down for a few hours, a few days or a few weeks, knitters will know exactly where they left off, almost as if they never put their projects down. Project e-books are also available for $4.99.
Three knitting tools are available to keep knitters on track:
  • Scarves, Shawls and Shawlettes
  • Socks, Leggings and Stockings
  • Sweaters and Coats
To purchase and download After This Row project sheets and e-books, visit Gift certificates are also available. It's a perfect stocking stuffer for the knitter in your life!

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