Symbol of Protection
Knitting Progress Marker, Removable Stitch Marker, Crochet Stitch Marker, Locking Stitch Marker
This knitting or crochet progress marker features a beautiful, unique silver hamsa hand. The Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God and is known as a protective sign. May it bring you happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.
Works equally well for crochet projects too!
Perfect for holding a dropped stitch, marking progress, marking the right (or wrong) side of your wip, and who knows how many other uses.
Price is for one (1) single marker and does not include any pictured accessories :)
Matching stitch markers as also available.
I accept PayPal and credit card payments (Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover) through Etsy's Direct Checkout!
Maine State residents will be charged 5.5% sales tax, which will be added at checkout.
All items will be shipped via USPS first class mail parcel with delivery confirmation. You will receive a shipping notice via Etsy which will include your delivery confirmation number.
I put time and care into each item I create and my goal is that this carries through to you, my customer. It is very important to me that you are happy with your purchase. If by chance you are not satisfied, please contact me directly either through direct email or Etsy Convos within 20 days of your receipt of the item. Perhaps, together, we can resolve the problem! If not, I am happy to issue a full refund (including original shipping costs) once the item arrives back at my address. Refunds will be issued via original payment method. The buyer is responsible for the return shipping charges.
If you are a yarn shop owner and would like to carry my stitch markers in your shop please contact me for wholesale pricing.
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