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Clover Knitting Stitch Counter Mini Kacha-Kacha

by Clover
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  • Pendant style counter
  • For tracking knitting stitched and rows
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 2.8 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000WUXO4W
  • Item model number: 3118
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (164 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #214 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

A convenient way to track the number of knitted stitches and rows. Pendant style knitting counters.


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Customer Reviews

I like the locking feature, too.
Cookie Ookie
I will be buying a couple more because I always have more than one project going on at a time.
Rmillet
Love that I can wear it around my neck!
Marty K

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By vcastro on December 13, 2007
This works pretty much the same as the little red row/round counter that all knitters and crocheters know about and use, but it has the advantage of a little lock that keeps you from bumping it in your knitting bag (and adding rows/rounds when you didn't mean to) and it has a place to put a cord thru to hang it around your neck.
Nice, basic little item to have in your bag.

A problem here is that it retails for $10.50 everywhere else that I've seen it -- online and in stores, plus they want over $6 shipping for a one ounce item.

It's a handy little item but overpriced at this shop.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Anami Bremer on March 8, 2010
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I have several types of counters for my knitting, but this one is the best. Knowing that it won't accidentally change your count when you toss it into your knitting bag is a very real benefit. I threaded a bright strand of wool through it so I can wear it around my neck. It also makes it easy to find in my knitting bag.

I purchased this with several other items and got free shipping.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Sheena J. Searight on January 13, 2010
The red Kacha-Kacha was my first, but after having bought this one, I'll never go back. As a person who totes her projects around in her (over-sized) purse, I always had to be so careful about where to put the red Kacha so it wouldn't bump and mess up my count- and even when I was careful I was paranoid it'd bumped up a row or two.

With this little guy, no worries! It locks great! I hooked it onto a large loop of wool, which makes it easier to find in my project ziplock baggie, plus you can wear it around your neck while knitting (useful if your a walking knitter- just don't forget you're wearing it :).

As was mentioned, it retails for the same price listed on here ($10ish) so unless you're throwing it on a larger order... not exactly a value buy.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jacqueline Kiffe on June 14, 2012
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I used to live in Japan a long time ago, and it was a paradise when it came to craft supplies, where Clover was the #1 name. They had many wonderful items that are have been making their way across the sea in recent years, probably due to the exposure the web brought. This little counter is priceless, and I make a habit of locking it after every row change, which is easy and effortless. I got tired of pulling my row counter out of my bag only to find that I had suddenly increased my row count wildly, even when the counter was carefully protected. If you don't use the safety lock and drop it, you can hardly blame the counter, since the only way to prevent it from increasing the row count if you drop it on its head would be to sell them permanently locked, which would make it a rather useless item. The only alternative in my opinion is to write down your rows manually, and it is much more work to pick up a pencil and pad than to unlock, click, and relock, which can be done with one hand in only a few seconds. (I alm likely to spend much longer than that looking for my pencil and pad in the bottom of my bag.)

I am planning to turn it into a necklace when I have time to make a braid for it, because I like the fact that it hangs upside down, the way old-fashioned nurses' necklace watches used to be (which tells you how old I am). That means that if you wear it around your neck, you just have to tilt it up, not twist it around, to double-check your row count. If you have ever gritted your teeth and resorted to figuring out what row you are on yet again, you will love this. (Not all types of projects make this easy, especially certain types of crochet patterns, and that goes double for fancy-dyed yarns.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Walter on February 16, 2011
Pros:
--Locking feature, so it doesn't accidentally get pushed when it is in your bag
--Can set it to zero
--There is a way to attach is to a string to put around your neck.

Cons:
--I wish it was bigger. It doesn't fit in your hand very well because it is too small.
--It would be better with a re-set button. Instead, there are dials to turn to set each number back to zero.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. Nakahara on March 11, 2010
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I was a little skeptical about the quality of this product when I first ordered it. I am so used to cheapo, made-in-china products that don't last, I assumed that this would be similar. I was very pleasantly surprised at the quality. It is nice and solid for a plastic item. The internal mechanisms seem solid and don't feel like they will wear out anytime soon. There was clearly attention to detail in the design and fabrication. It's made in Japan and seems to have a certain air of craftsmanship about it, but maybe that is just me. Well worth the price.

I don't knit, but I got this counter for counting calories. It was a method recommended to me by a friend, and I love it. I have each click count as 50 calories, and it is tiny so I can take it everywhere in my pocket.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Happy Knitter on August 21, 2010
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This is a great stitch counter for carrying around with a knitting project. You can lock the counter so you don't inadvertently change it when you are carrying it in your project bag. Also you can wear it around your neck so it's handy when you are working away from home and in a confined place (like an airplane seat!).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Reba F. Lovrien on April 12, 2010
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I bought the Kacha because a friend recommended it. I only wish I had discovered it sooner. It has made a big difference when I knit. It's easy to use and is handy, because it's hanging around my neck. I only wish they had it in many difference colors, so I would have one available for many difference projects.
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