Posted 20 Nov 2015 by JC
You asked for them, you got them. Stitch-Maps.com can now display stitch counts, at the ends of rows where the stitch count has changed.
Note that each of these stitch counts indicates the number of loops created by working that row. So multiple repeats mean higher stitch counts.
For short rows, the stitch count indicates just the stitches worked as part of that short row, not all the live stitches on the needles.
What about stitch patterns where the stitch count remains constant throughout? For convenience, a stitch count is still shown at the end of the first row.
Questions? Comments? Check out this Ravelry thread, where we’re discussing options for also displaying stitch counts within a stitch pattern’s written instructions.