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April 05, 2011


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Lynne V

Great idea, I've used those plastic circle things with a split in but yours sound more fun.
Good luck with your crochet egg.


What a great idea with the amber earring! Sorry the bee took a back seat and glad it still has its uses - and looking forward to seeing the crochet egg ...


Very posh markers & counters :)


Cool idea!! I love the little bee!! Shame you lost the other one of those earrings though...very pretty!!


What a clever idea... I may borrow it if you don't mind. :) Jaqui x


I feel embarrassed to admit to the variety of things I've used as place markers in knitting, your earring drop looks perfectly at home there.
I eagerly await the crochet egg, now I'm getting the hang of this hooking malarkey (kind of anyway).


That is pretty, I need a couple of crochet markers so may have a go at this. TFS

Debbie Roberts

I didnt realise how important the markers were but I have a book on arigumi and its a project for the holidays. Think I need a lobster clasp before I get in a pickle.

Shame the bee got in the way x

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