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Day of the Dead Progress Keeper Set Halloween Skull Charms Knitting Crochet Notions

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Made in Clayton, North Carolina

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Triple your spooky fun with these Day of the Dead skulls :)

The largest skull, a Day of the Dead decorated lampwork glass charm, is on a wide lever back clasp. Easy to hook into your knitting or use as beginning of round marker. These charms are glass, so they are slightly heavier. This progress keeper would also make a great zipper pull on your favorite project bag :)

The other two skulls are also lampwork glass, on large lobster claw clasps. These are lighter so can be used on lighter weight yarns.

Each of these has a green bicone crystal accent bead stopper at the bottom.

Great for your Day of the Dead or Halloween knitting!

Shown with a quarter for size perspective.

Thanks for stopping, happy knitting!

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