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Toralune
« on: August 03, 2014 10:50:17 PM »

I've been making several stitch marker sets for swaps and gifts and such, so I figured I'd round them up and post them. Smiley

The first set was a set of knitting markers for adrienne_bowers in the IYP23 swap. She loved vintage things and putting blue and pink together, so I rounded up some pretty beads and made these. Unfortunately the colors didn't come across very well in this photo, but I loved how they came out.


These owl knitting markers were for emilywilde in the 10 Minute Swap 4. I tried to incorporate her favorite colors and love of forest animals.


Next up some pokeball crochet markers for smileyyogini in the recent Anime/Manga swap. I wound up painting some wood beads to make the pokeballs, and tried to match them up with some beads that reflected some of my partner's favorite colors.


And finally a set I just made tonight for one of my friends to start off my christmas crafting. She loves blue and knitting, and I wanted to make her something just for her rather than go with the easy choice of baby stuff, and custom knitting markers seemed like the perfect idea. Cheesy
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