Stitch markers are essential tools to crocheters and knitters alike. They can be used to mark a certain number of stitches, the beginning of a round, where to make a particular stitch, and more. Patterns often call for stitch markers with the abbreviations “pm” (place marker) and “sm” (slip marker).Jul 25, 2011
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LINK UP RULES & GUIDELINES
Start: Friday 7am EST | Friday 11am UTC | Friday 7pm +8UTC
End: Tuesday 7am EST | Tuesday 11am UTC | Tuesday 7pm +8UTC
- Link to your Pinterest PIN (not your blog post or home page).
- Add up to 7 pins old or new.
- Re-pin 2 pins for every link you add.
- Follow your hosts on your favorite social media platform!
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Did you know there’s always a party going on when you visit Sarah Celebrates?
If you visit at the start or end of each party you can catch both parties live at the same time! Link your post at #2usesTuesday and link your Pinterest Pin at #Pinbellish.
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