By default knitCompanion lets you repeat a piece as many times as needed. When you get to the last row and tap the one-tap marker it will return to the first row of the piece to begin the next repeat. It keeps track of how many times you’ve repeated the piece, and the total rows knit for the piece. To view your progress on a piece, long tap the one-tap marker. Show Me
If you would like to set a limit so knitCompanion stops after a specific number of repeats you can. Use this when you know exactly how many times you want to repeat the piece and want the app to stop you from advancing beyond that fixed number.
- Switch to Setup. Show Me
- Select the piece you’d like to work with.
- Tap Smart Counters.
- If you don’t see the Smart Counter button be sure your selected piece has at least one visible row.
- In the Piece Settings area, set how many times to repeat the entire piece.
- Zero (0) means you want an unlimited number of repeats.
- Enter any other number to limit your repeats to that number.
- Tap the arrow upper left to return to main setup.