This Morning's Project: Stitch Markers
Yes, it's true. The day's begun (this time, early!) with another time-wasting project before studying. These vintage plastic beads were hanging around my jewelry box begging to be made into stitch markers. Their pleas did not fall on deaf ears, obv.
I also put together a set for Jody, the cool lady I've been secret pal to these past few months:
If you're interested in making stitch markers, here's a great tutorial from sheep in the city.
Posted by jess at May 5, 2005 9:20 AM
Egads! Those stitch markers are flippin' sweet! Jody is going to love them. (Jody was one awesome secret pal, btw. But I'm sure you already knew that, of course ;) ) Thanks for the linky.
And in response to the Katie Holmes/Gawker link ya left for me: Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwww. . . [shudder] And yes, those are indeed some gnarly lookin' feet. . .
I love those beads--they look like japanese lanterns. I won't say how many stitch markers I've made this week in an effort to avoid work, because the number is just embarrassing. (But I'm not knitting, so it's ok, right?)
Jody was your secret pal?? That's so cool. She's my boss' mom! She was also my sockapalooza pal, as a total coincidence. There are so many connections with me and her. She came out here to AZ once and I got to meet her. She's so sweet. I LOVE the stitch markers and I really like the needle roll. Your Lelah is FANTASTIC too. You are my idol.
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