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Marking In Progress

Customers showing how they use their markers on their projects!  Get some ideas of new patterns and yarns to use as well as seeing the stitchmarkers and progress keepers in action!  This is a BRAND NEW page so check back often!


Katherine is the talented creator behind The Handmaker's Bag.  She making the Silver Posy Cardigan in Lolodidit Naked Hippo.  The markers she is using are a fish, a sheep and purple hippo all from a Collector's Club edition.  The project bag and needle cozy are some of her own. 

Mary is working on Free Time socks by Shannon Squire and they look so fun! The yarn is Malagrigo Sock in Eggplant and Undead Yarn Vamphyri in the Halloween colorway.  The stitch marker is from a Holiday collection she purchased from Unraveled in San Antonio!  Mary also knit herself an awesome Yarn Cozy in the same yarn.




Anne of Twisted Fleece shared a pic of a project she is thinking up as she goes using the Hedgehog Head and Tail with yarn from her shop, Twisted Fleece.  Make sure and check out her lovely offerings!


Teresa is working on the Elder Tree Shawl using Anzula Squishy in the Raspberry colorway.  I think is it stunning!  She has a variety of markers, including a pancake from a Club set, an elephant, hedgehog, and an egg!



                                                                                                                                                                                                  Dari Is working on Corteza mitts by Kristen Jancuk in SW Merino DK by Riverside Studio in the Midnight colorway.  These are gorgeous!  The stitch markers are the Poppies which will be offered in the Spring as a fundraiser for the American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Program                                
                                                                                                                                                                             Rachel is working on the Picking Wildflowers Cardigan by Heidi May with Chloe and Spud yarn and using a cupcake to mark.