Decrease Stitch Marker Set Knitting Instructions Abreviations Silver Set of 4 /SM56
decrease abbreviations stitch markers
Just what you need on a neckline, sleeve, sock heel or lace project! These stitch markers will help you remember which decrease to use where, when complimentary angled decreases are needed! SSK = slip slip knit K2T = knit two together Sturdy silver colour metal beads with a clear, embossed imprint!
These rings will fit needles up to 4.5mm (US size 6). Perfect for up to worsted or DK weight! Set of 4, two of each symbol.
Dangle stitch markers are more than just knitting needle jewelry! Dangle-style stitch markers have advantages, other than eye appeal. The lightweight dangles mean they move along your needles with ease and transition from one needle to the other easier than plain rings, much the same way that work-in-progress stitches move easier than first-round stitches. They also do not add bulk right at your stitches where you need it least. What's more, they're easier to find if you drop them (and we all drop them).
My stitch markers are made with solid rings so there are no ends or edges to catch and snag on fine yarns, so go ahead and dress up your knitting project! Who said you can't be pretty and clever at the same time? **Stitch markers are a choking hazard for children. Children should NEVER be allowed to use them as a toy! My stitch markers are NOT intended to be used by children!