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We All Scream For Ice Cream - Five Handmade Stitch Markers - Fits 5.0mm (8 US) To 10.0 mm (15 US) - Limited Edition

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We All Scream For Ice Cream - Five Handmade Stitch Markers - Fits 5.0mm (8 US) To 10.0 mm (15 US) - Limited Edition
"Though it's forty-five below, This is what the Eskimos all holler: I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Rah! Rah! Rah! Tuesdays, Mondays, we all scream for sundaes, Sis-boom-bah!" - 1925 song, performed by Waring's Pennsylvanians the Six Jumping Jacks

So went the lyrics to the pop hit of 1925, sung by Waring's Pennsylvanians, the Six Jumping Jacks and even later by the likes of Chris Barber's Jazz Band. Take yourself back to the heydey of the 1920s, when ice cream first became a popular treat for everyone to enjoy. In those days ice cream came in vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and other fruit based flavors, and were sold at soda shops.

With this awesome set of six ice cream stitch markers you'll no longer need to scream for ice cream! These stitch markers are made out of vintage faceted lucite beads that each come with a different sweet charm dangling from it. Your favorite desserts are featured, from an English toffee bar, vanilla fudge sundae, strawberry and sprinkles cone, white and dark chocolate and even an old-fashioned blue Eskimo pie.

Each marker hangs from a sturdy, silver-toned twisted ring that is seamless to prevent it from catching on your yarn. The markers will fit comfortably onto knitting needles up to either 5.0mm (8 US) or 9.0mm (13 US), and are featured in the photos on 8.0 mm (11 US) needles. Please select which size you prefer before checkout - if left unselected, whichever size I have in stock will automatically be chosen.

Need crochet markers? These stitch markers can be turned into closed or open hook marker for crochet enthusiasts - just tell me in the Notes to Seller area when you check out which crochet style you would prefer.

Many of my stitch markers are designed from deconstructed vintage jewelry and reclaimed beads, for one-of-a-kind pieces that make great gifts and keepsakes for knitters.