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All orders are handmade after the order is placed. Currently we are able to ship orders in 1-5 days. Larger orders may need 1-2 days additional creation time depending on our orders in queue.

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The Portuguese knitting method has become very popular among knitters. Its's a great method of knitting to use for those who experience hand pain because there is less stress on the hands knitting this way. What is it? In Portuguese knitting you wrap the yarn around your neck, through a knitting pin, or knitting necklace to create the tension needed to knit evenly. The hands are more relaxed because you are not trying to maintain tension with the hands. Many knitters have found that they get even better tension using a knitting pin or necklace rather than placing the yarn...

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   Do you take your knitting on the go? Find yourself digging to the bottom of your bag hoping to find a stitch marker? Today I would like to help you organize your knitting life. I designed the beaded knitting lanyard to help you keep track of your stitch markers while keeping your knitting bag organized. The knitting lanyard features a large lobster clasp on each end. You attach one clasp to a zipper on your knitting bag and attach your stitch markers to the other clasp. It's that easy! You can see more knitting lanyards here:  http://www.jillsbeadedknitbits.com/collections/knitting-bag-lanyard-sets

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Questions About Products -

I am often asked if my stitch markers are heavy or if they will pull on the stitches? The average stitch marker set weighs less than an ounce. They do not pull on your stitches because they rest on the needles not the yarn or stitches. Of coarse if you are working on a large project like an afghan and you are using like 50 stitch markers your project will be a bit heavier than without stitch markers. I know some knitters have to be extremely careful because of arthritis and other problems from over knitting but I try to...

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Follow Jill's Beaded Knit Bits on Facebook to see the latest products and get occasional coupons. I love to see pictures of my stitch markers being put to use. Hint hint! :)))) I recently found a wonderful Facebook group called Knit & Chat that I recommend all the knit and crochet peeps checkout.

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