I am very excited to share with you some new additions to the shop this week, take a look at the new stitch marker collections now available.
Stitch markers are very handy when it comes to keeping track of pattern repeats, or for marking the the start of a round. They act as little reminders in your knitting, and they look very sweet too!
I've put together some new hobby themed collections so that you can indulge in your other passions whilst knitting :)
How Does Your Garden Grow - watch your knitting bloom with these cute set of 6 markers including a pair of gardening gloves, a watering can, pot plant, trowel, secateurs and a rose.
Mixed Tree Markers - a set of 6 pretty tree themed markers.
Antique Bronze Trees - a set of 6 antique bronze markers. These all have fixed rings and are suitable for needles up to 5mm.
Bake a Cake - Bake it while you make it! These fun stitch markers are a collection of 8 different designs featuring a measuring jug, set of measuring spoons, mixer, whisk, cook book, spoon, muffin and muffin tin.
Summer Holiday - if getting away won't be possible this year, you can still have a have a virtual holiday on the needles! Available in sets of 6 or 12 markers, the designs include an aeroplane, bucket and spade, summer sun, ice cream, cocktail, sunglasses, crab, seashell, starfish, passport, seahorse and suitcase.
Afternoon Tea - because what's better than a spot of tea, cake and knitting? This collection of 5 markers features a cup and saucer, a teapot, a cake stand, a muffin and a tea bag. Everything you need for a spot of afternoon indulgence.
Cat Markers - embrace your inner cat person with a collection of 6 kitty themed markers.
Unless otherwise specified all stitch markers come with a range of clasps (leverback, lobster, fixed ring and lightbulb) making them suitable for all kinds of projects, but if you have a particular favourite type of clasp then just let me know on the order and I can tailor the clasps to your preference. All collections are presented in pretty little tin for safe storage.
If you would like more information on how to use stitch markers and the different types of clasps and their uses you can find this on the website. Click HERE for more information.