This collection of 7 wooden stitch markers are super handy to have in your project bag. They can be attached to your knitting and act as reminders as you work. They are particularly useful when knitting garments or items that involve shaping as you can place the relevant markers at the sides of the work to remind you where to make your increases and decreases.
The markers come with a lightbulb clasp so you can easily attach and detatch them to your work to mark certain actions. And as they are made from sturdy but light plywood with a hand-sanded finish, the markers will not snag or tug on your stitches.
The abbreviations are:
bor - beginning of round
RS - Right side (very useful when you are working on a reversible project)
m1l - make 1 left increase
m1r - make 1 right increase
k2tog - knit 2 together decrease
ssk - slip, slip knit decrease
The collection comes in a pretty UtOTK tin for storage.