A versatile notion handy for every project. The black outline of these butterflies awaits your yarn to create its wing color. With a gentle squeeze the top wing opens slightly from the body to enable it to perform a multitude of functions.
These detachable flutterby stitch markers/progress keepers can be used to:
-track your progress
-mark pattern repeats
-hold other stitch markers
-mark the last decrease/increase row
-mark the right side
-hold a dropped stitch
The Flutterby Holder can be used to:
-hold stitch markers (these butterflies or your own)
-mark the right side
- hold and attach spare stitch markers to your project or project bag
- clip to a necklace of your choice
- hold a dropped stitch
These multi-purpose notions were designed by Michelle. She 3-d prints them in her home studio with PLA(made from plant based renewable resources and nontoxic). The stitch markers measure 7/16ths by 11/16ths of an inch or 11mm x 17mm. The holder measures 3/4 x 1 1/4 inches or 21 x 34mm. The necklace is 22 inches or 56 cm long.
As knitting stitch markers they will work for needles up to size US #9/5.5mm. To use as crochet stitch markers slip onto the loops of any stitch.
To use as progress keeper place in the edge of the row and start knitting. At the end of a few minutes, an hour, a day, a week, etc you will be able to see how much knitting you have accomplished.
To help keep track of rows place a marker in the end of every 5th, 10th, 20th, etc row when you count it. This will save you having to recount it.
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These butterflies 🦋 make great stitch markers and the holder is perfect so that they all stay together. Women in my knitting group were jealous because I had mine and they didn’t (yet)!
My sister loves butterflies and I bought them for her, They are such whimsical markers.