How to Use Stitch Markers in Lace & Openwork

In this informative video, designer and Creative Knitting Newsletter editor Tabetha Hedrick provides some quick tips on ways to use stitch markers as “life lines” in your lace and openwork knitting so you can focus on fun instead frustration!

Also be sure to read Tabetha’s tutorial “Making Friends with Stitch Markers” in Creative Knitting magazine’s Special Interest Issue: Easy, Everyday Openwork & Lace. 

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the Creative Knitting Newsletter, you can read the current edition here, which includes Tabetha’s insightful interview with Jill Wright, designer of “Selene,” which is featured on cover of Easy, Everyday Openwork & Lace.

Creative Knitting Special Interest Issue: Easy Everyday Openwork & Lace

Creative Knitting Special Interest Issue: Easy Everyday Openwork & Lace.

Close up of lace stitch pattern on Selene.

Close up of lace stitch pattern on Selene.

Easy Everyday Openwork & Lace What’s even more exciting, now you have a chance to win the yarn featured in this project. Hop on over to the Creative Knitting Facebook page to enter here for your chance to win!

*Contest details:

1 Grand Prize:  Winner’s choice of either:

9 balls of Panda Silk (winner’s color choice) + #3 needles
8 balls of Mini Mochi (winner’s color choice) + #15 needles

2 Runner-Up Prizes:

2 balls of either Panda Silk or Mini Mochi

*Winners will be picked at random by Crystal Palace Yarns and will be notified by email directly from Crystal Palace Yarns.

The contest is for a limited time only. Click for your chance to win!  This contest has ended.

3 Responses to How to Use Stitch Markers in Lace & Openwork

  1. Mary Steel says:

    Thanks for this opportunity to win some beautiful yarn!

  2. Carol H says:

    I have been trying to do more lace weight knitting projects so would love to win the yarn.

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