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Je Suis Prest - Outlander Series - Five Handmade Stitch Markers - Fits Up To 6.5mm (10.5 US) - Limited Edition

Je Suis Prest - Outlander Series - Five Handmade Stitch Markers - Fits Up To 6.5mm (10.5 US) - Limited Edition
This set of five handmade stitch markers are like miniature pieces of the Scottish Highlands for your knitting. Part of my Outlander collection, these markers represent the Fraser of Lovat clan. Made out of semi-precious stones and silver charms, they symbolize a clan whose motto was always "I am ready."

The beads are a lush blend of the rich colors found in the Highlands, in nature or hanging from the hips of the Fraser men! The one-of-a-kind plaid charm, which is topped with a brilliant red coral bead, was handmade out of vintage fabric in colors similar to the clan's tartan. The running stag, featuring a genuine forest green malachite stone, gives a nod to Jamie Fraser's running stag brooch and the stag head that is featured in his clan's crest. The "F" emblazoned on a wax seal is topped with a beeswax-colored quartzite bead, and the miniature broadsword dangles from a orange jade bead. Last but not least, the simple yet beautiful Celtic knot features a rich blue aventurine stone the color of Loch Ness. Put a little bit of "Jamie" in your next project with these stitch markers.

Each marker hangs from a hammered silver ring that is seamless to prevent it from catching on your yarn. Perfect for those who like large, lightweight stitch markers. The markers will fit comfortably onto knitting needles up to 6.5mm (10.5 US), and are featured in the photos on 6.0mm (10 US) needles.

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.

Check out the entire Outlander series of stitch markers here: