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Apr 5, 2019 15:45:16   #
Orange Swan
If you need some new stitch markers, here's a post I wrote for my knitting blog, The Knitting Needle and the Damage Done, on selected stitch markers (there are some cute ones out there!):

And here's a post on making your own stitch markers (it's easy!):
Apr 5, 2019 18:00:58   #
I saw the comment about jump rings opening up. I use split rings (9mm & 20mm) and have never had one snag yarn yet, even though my projects regularly get packed into go bags and travel with me. I have some that are beaded and some that are simply a bit of colorful yarn attached with a larkshead knot (so they are easier to find if they try to escape during that perilous jump from needle to needle).
Apr 6, 2019 05:59:56   #
johannecw (a regular here)
Thank you for sharing this. I am going to try making some stitch markers.
Apr 6, 2019 07:01:10   #
Lighthousegal (a regular here)
Thanks for posting. They are really cute.
Apr 6, 2019 08:16:41   #
kathycapp (a regular here)
Always enjoy reading your posts - neat idea to make the markers.
Apr 6, 2019 08:20:59   #
The pretty, dangly stitch markers make an attractive target for my cats on a circular needle, so I’ll stitch to the boring ones.
Apr 6, 2019 09:45:38   #
These are the best! 51 common knitting abbreviations and some blank tags to write on. You can add them to any pin style stitch marker!

Apr 6, 2019 11:43:46   #
Victor_ (a regular here)
I am still using small cut slices of colored plastic straws, though I might get tempted to make some of these.
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