Q: How do you use them as a stitch marker when the loop is closed at the top and there is no clasp? Asked by Lora M., May 2021
Hi! The Stitch Markers are slipped from one needle to the other while knitting. As the markers will continually be slipped from the left needle the right needle while knitting it will continue to flow through the entire project.
If by chance these were expected to work in this way or you happen to need them on a Clasp for say Crochet or prefer them that way for Knitting I am more than happy to make the accommodation.
I see you ordered the prior month. Would you like me to send out alternatives with the clasp to ensure you like them?
Please let me know through Cratejoy or the email attached to the subscription for KnitWitNerd and I would be more...
These stitch markers are so pretty and very well made. The elements to make these markers are of high quality. I will definitely order again!!
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Pearls (dyed but natural pearls), Amethyst, Jade, Fluorite and Marble beads - Keep it natural this month! Sock and Lace users delight! All markers this month are used for the lightest weight yarns. For example socks or lace weight yarn. Options in the photos are in the Lobster Clasp and original hand bent marker options. If at anytime you would like to change your preference please let me know. The default is the hand bent markers. Thanks!