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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Crafting Bee Creations



The best part of any craft is the fun accessories and tools created for it. I love gadgets and gizmo's and how the can make my crafting pretty, easy and fun. I was excited to learn that stitch markers could basically be jewelry for your knitting and crochet when I first began my fiber journey. I enjoy looking over Etsy and thinking I want that stitch marker and that one.. I was super excited when Barb from Crafting Bee Creations sent me some stitch markers as a RAK.


Crafting Bee Creations is located in Melrose WI. You can find her  Etsy shop here .

They carry wonderful truly snag-free stitch markers, jewelry, orifice hooks and even handspun. They carry 3 types of stitch markers. There are Crochet markets that are made with a lobster claw and two types of knitting markers :  wire or elastic.  Her markers are so pretty and I have had some of her clay ones in my Etsy favorites since the beginning of summer. Mrs Barb has a coupon code of 15% off your purchase with the code THANKYOU15 . Her markers are priced so awesomely, that it is even a great deal without a code. I really love the clay markers and you really need to try them. They are 100% snag-free. that look makes them a breeze to transfer to needles to needle and they just make me happy. If you read this post tonight and order tonight you can use the code MY9THANNIV and get 50% off your oder but that code ends TONIGHT (Sept 14,2014)

I always want to host a giveaway. I will giveaway 4 markers that she sent me. I am going to choose a 2 numbers October 1st. One lucky winner will get the clay ones and one winner will get the bead ones pictured below. To enter please visit her shop and link your favorite markers. Also be sure to go ahead and place a order and support this wonderful craftier!

Happy Yarning!

Also please keep a look out for more giveaways in the future:) along with some reviews.

2 comments:

  1. Found you through Ravelry...I was trying to find some local knitter/crocheters. I had no idea that "Taming of the Ewe" had its own group. I learned to knit through Pat, close to 8 years ago. Glad to "meet" you!

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    1. Hi robbie... We also have a Alabama Yarnies and Yvies group.. Have you ever shopped at Yvies?

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