Stitch Markers – A Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop

Stitch Markers

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Welcome to Stitch Markers – A Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop!

This is the first Pinterest Challenge in which I have participated. When I saw Erlene of My Pinteradventures call for November entries, I thought it would be a good opportunity to familiarize myself with all of the pins I have pinned.

For the challenge, I chose How to Make Stitch Markers for Crocheting and Knitting. Since I make jewelry, I already had everything I needed on hand. In fact, I had more items than required, so mine are a slightly more elaborate. I used the following materials: lobster clasps, headpins, beads, and charms.

Stitch Markers


My crocheting skills are pretty basic, so I haven’t had need of stitch markers yet. I really didn’t have any idea of how many to make since I haven’t used stitch markers before. I made a nice even ten. If it’s not enough, I now know how to make more!

Serendipitously, I finished a baby afghan a couple of days before I sat down to write this post. I did not make the baby afghan for this Pinterest challenge; I am not fast enough to complete a baby afghan in a month. But I did use a pattern from my Pinterest pins, so I’m including it in this post. The pattern is called Rabbit Tracks (although I also call it Bunny Tracks).

Rabbit Tracks baby afghan

Check out the links below to see what everyone else made!



For more Pinterest inspired projects from this month’s Pinterest Challenge hosts, check out the links below ↓

Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop
My Pinterventures  •  Eye Love Knots  •  Faeries and Fauna
  Cookies Coffee and Crafts  Across the Boulevard
Purple Hues and Me
My Family Thyme  •  Our Good Life  •  Farm Girl Reformed

Decorate and More with Tip  • Mom Home Guide  Our Unschooling Journey  
 This Autoimmune Life  
Christina Faye Repurposed  Stone Cottage Adventures
Love My Little Cottage  •  My Bijou Life  •  K’s Olympic Nest
All That Life Stuff    Seeking Serenity & Harmony •  Alayna’s Creations
Peony Street  •  DIY Vibes 

 Now, let’s see what the other hosts have created ⇓⇓


  1. I don’t crochet, but I’m guessing you use these to mark certain spots while making a design? These are very pretty and look like little pieces of jewelry.

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