Parkland Set of 10 snag free stitch markers Aquatic agate

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Made to order
Preparation takes 2-3 weeks
Arrives from Australia

Made in Armidale, Australia

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Have you ever read "parkland" by victor kelleher? It's rather darker than this sweet set but well worth the read.

This is a set of 10 stitch markers photographed on a piece of 6mm dowel so they should fit nicely onto a needle up to 7mm.

Made from tigertail wire & aquatic agate beads.

I do most of my knitting of 4-6 mm needles but I had a friend use these on 2.75 needles & they were comfortable to use but I can make this set smaller to fit more snugly on lace needles.

The set pictured is the design but your stitch markers will be made to order with a turnover of up to 2 weeks with the goal of that time being much shorter.

Located in Australia but will post worldwide.

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Preparation takes 2-3 weeks
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I'm not sure how the issue of refunds could come up for my products as I try to describe them as best I can however.
If you need to return an item contact me asap, I will not accept return of items that smell of smoke (not resell able) or perfume (makes me sick) contact me & I will try to get right on to helping you out, if you have simply misunderstood what you were buying eg have no use for lace weight had no idea how thin it would be return postage will be up to you, if I have had some kind of fit & sent you the wrong thing it will be covered by me & I'll probably be practically crawling with apologetic-ness

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If you see anything in my store you would like but in a different for eg you'd like 500 grams or you love my fibre but can't spin or just want yarn I can do that, I can spin for you on occasion or try to dye it up for you in yarn or in the larger quantity.
I have recently made rainbows of fibre & yarn I can make you rainbows which can come in smaller packs so you don't end up with 2 kilos to get the lot.

Any other questions about custom dye jobs I'm very excited to hear working with limit is a fun challenge.