Bling!

How do you feel about stitch markers? As you can see I’ve got a bunch on this project. The stitch repeat is fairly short, about 12 stitches, but there are many increases and decreases so I want to be sure I catch any mistake before I get too far. I’ve completed the 4th pattern repeat and started the 5th. There is still a lot of yarn left from that first skein.

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17 Responses to Bling!

  1. Big yes to stitch markers! I like little plain ones where there a bunch of repeats, but I do have lots of fancy ones with charms and so on, so I like to use those too where I can. But if there needs to be a lot of marking, it gets too heavy and complicated to have lots of the fancy ones. Your shawl is looking great! You are making great progress!

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  2. Stitch markers are my friends:). A pain to put in to get established, but faithful to keep me on the straight and narrow of the pattern repeats!

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  3. Stitch markers and lifelines are necessary for me if the pattern has any fussy bits. The piece is looking good, love the color.

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  4. kathyreeves says:

    I learned how to use stitch markers about two years ago, and they are so helpful. mine are just plain little circles, but they have become very good friends!

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  5. I love stitch markers. If there is anything complicated in the pattern, or if the pattern is so easy I’m likely to space off, I use them passionately. They have saved me from so many mistakes.

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  6. AJ says:

    I love stitch markers- they take the memory out of it!

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  7. Mary says:

    Stitch markers are a godsend! They are a necessity for so many patterns, especially for the cardigan pattern I’m knitting right now.

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  8. I wouldn’t do without them in my knitting. When I first learned to knit I made my own by cutting down the plastic tabs used on bread bags to rounded circles. I have bought ones now that lock/unlock.

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  9. I love stitch markers, but I just can’t seem to hold onto them. There must be a stitch marker black hole somewhere in my flat!

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  10. knittingjane says:

    I am such a sloth I don’t use them because they can be such a faff but then get very cross with myself because I have made a mistake!!!😎

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  11. kmkat says:

    Stitch markers are essential!

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  12. Stitch markers make my life so much easier! Looks lovely, the color is gorgeous!

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  13. Alissa Head says:

    Yes to stitch markers! No to counting!

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  14. randomlyerin says:

    I love them! I’ve made myself several sets with beads, they’re easy and fun and don’t take much in the way of materials. 🙂

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  15. salpal1 says:

    I love stitch markers! If you follow me on IG you might remember the giant pile of them I got when I bound off biophilia last week. They make lace so much easier! Markers and lifelines, ahhhh!

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  16. Stefanie says:

    Stitch markers are very helpful. I used to love the dangly kind but don’t anymore as they get caught in the fabric. I don’t mind the dangly as progress keepers though.

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  17. padvault says:

    When I knit lace I couldn’t keep the repeats straight without my stitch markers. Use them always. They travel with all my knitting.

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