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Measuring gauge is not anybody's favorite part of crocheting, but it can be vitally important. An accurate gauge reading can be the difference between a sweater that fits and one that doesn't, or between having enough yarn for your project and running out of yarn. Gauge Grabber™ stickers from Susan Bates are a new tool to help you count stitches and rows within a 2-inch (5cm) square. Just peel off the sticker, place it on your swatch, and then count the stitches and rows within the 2-inch (5cm) outline. There's even a spot for you to note yarn and hook size right on the sticker. It's available in both black print, for use on light yarns, and in pink print, for use on dark yarns. Available at www.ShopRedHeart.com.