Knit Stitch Marker, Red Czech Cystals (Set of 5)

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Made in Tustin, California

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When working a knitting pattern, it is often necessary for one's sanity to mark the rows and pattern starts and stops. These markers slip easily from one needle to the next on many size needles. Designed for knitting, these markers work just as perfectly for crochet, too. The set of five markers is packaged and photographed on a business card (so you can see the relative size of the markers in the photos).

Alphyn Trading is offering this unique set of five stitch markers made with Czech crystals beads. The plastic loops are orange, while the beads are deep red with gold touches. It is beaded with the strongest nylon beading thread I could find and triple sewn for safety.

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