Comments: Shiny Baubles - Ooh, yay!

I LOVE the green dragonfly! Very pretty...drool, drool. We really need to get together and do Crafterday again ASAP!

Posted by Petra at June 25, 2004 08:42 AM

Crafturday, crafturday, rah rah rah! Can I come if y'all plan another one? I'll bring my shrinky dinks . . .

Posted by Chris at June 25, 2004 10:08 PM

NanC, I don't know what I love more, all your lovely stitch markers or reading my name on your blog!!! Great work, as usual. (side note* more people may have sites, if other more knowledgable people would help them...hint...hint...hint)

Posted by Pamelalala at June 27, 2004 08:43 AM

Beautiful! I wanna come play, too. Your markers put my yarn loops and safety pins to shame.

Posted by Michelle at June 27, 2004 12:11 PM

Those are beautiful-and certainly do make knitting more fun-I was just thinking that I should be making some myself.

Posted by Aubyn Fisher at July 22, 2004 08:19 AM

Wow! I guess I should be even more grateful that I received some of your handmade yarn baubles for my birthday! They're so pretty I could almost wear them as earrings--- hmm... I may have to figure that one out.)

Posted by kathy at August 20, 2004 04:52 PM

Beautiful work! :)

I want to learn how to make my own stitch markers! How did YOU learn to do that?

Posted by nojofan at May 9, 2005 12:49 PM

Dims are Pretty Preciouses...Master

Posted by Hanane at August 19, 2005 09:58 AM

As a person who's crocheted since 1977, I can say that stitch markers of some sort are almost required when you have a starting chain of 224. I have used bobbypins in the past every 25 chains. Not pretty, but helpful. Stitch markers would also help with filet crochet graphs by giving you a place to mark every ## blocks in the graph. Being a beginning knitter and working charted designs, I can see markers helping with the beginning repeats of the charts.

Posted by Martha at April 6, 2006 09:19 PM