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.
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).
Check out the links below to see what everyone else made!
TO JOIN NEXT MONTH’S #PINTERESTCHALLENGE, CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP ⇒ December Pinterest Challenge
For more Pinterest inspired projects from this month’s Pinterest Challenge hosts, check out the links below ↓
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 ⇓⇓