Stitch markers can be live savers, especially when you're working on a more complicated pattern. We've all been there. Halfway through a row, and you've lost count. You've noticed a mistake, and you frogged too far down. Knowing how to use stitch markers strategically can make the whole process a little easier!
Some knitters view stitch markers as a form of training wheels for knitting, but this simply isn't true. Even experienced knitters use stitch markers for a good reason; they make your knitting experience so much more enjoyable because you don't have to worry about counting every little stitch. When you're working with complicated knitting stitches, these are your best friend.
There are basically three types of stitch markers -- jump rings and split rings, locking rings, and leftover yarn. Each requires a slightly different method of implementation, but they all get the job done!
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