These large stitch markers fit on knitting needles up to a size US13 (9mm). If you would like a lobster claw clasp to use the smaller markers as a right side/wrong side marker, just ask.
Pop one on a bracelet, hoop earring, or necklace for a fun wearable charm!
The primary beads on these charms are greater than 1/2inch diameter or long.
Want more than one?
Buy at least 5 of any singles markers and get 10% off the stitch markers part of your order, automatically!
- Small Needle Charms (primary bead 1/4in or less diameter or long)
- Medium Needle Charms (primary bead 1/4in to 1/2in diameter or long)
- Small Regular Stock Needle Charms (primary bead 1/4in or less diameter or long)
- Large Hole Bead Needle Charms (primary bead 1/2in or greater)
What are your needle charms made from?
The charms made by Southeast Ohio Fiberworks come from a stash of unique ceramic and glass beads, found treasure, and antiques, with new accents and findings. With a little work, these beads have found new life as project helpers for your knitting and crochet projects.
How are stitch markers used?
Pictured here are three markers illustrating the use of a large marker to indicate the center of a project plus two side markers indicating the border of a decorative edge. These stitch markers are especially helpful with complex lace patterns. And they look pretty, too!
Handmade in Southeast Ohio by Owner Lisa Heinz of Southeast Ohio Fiberworks.
Southeast Ohio Fiberwoks is not responsible for customs fees on product shipped outside the United States.
Out of Stock?
If an item you want is out of stock, please contact us to find out if we can make more. Many items on this site are one-of-a-kind and would be impossible to duplicate.