Monday, June 18, 2007

Fancy Rings

I have a question. I noticed Sulah and some others using rings that don't have any splits ... almost like they were made for stitch markers. Where did you get them?
Thanks!

8 comments:

Knit Wit said...

I used the "loop" half of a toggle clasp. You can get them at bead stores or the bead department of craft stores.

Hattie said...

Yeah that's what I use too, they are pretty cheap at wal-mart if yours has a bead section near the fabric. I just don't use the stick part of it, so I always try and get them as cheap as possible.

Cass said...

I've bought those too, but the ones on Sulah's markers are light, small and just PERFECT! I'd like to know where she got them as well. :)

Sulah said...
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Sulah said...

(sorry, typo, trying this again) The large ring is the loop from a toggle clasp. The small ring is a "Tag" made by Beadalon... basically they're used to "create a more professional connection to a clasp" and usually look more tag-like, but this company makes them in all sorts of shapes (ie hearts, circles, etc). I got them from the jewelry/bead section of a craft store (AC Moore I think).

Mincka said...

i like to join - but the email is coming back.
writing to: mark.your.stitches@gmail.com???

Mincka
acknim@gmail.com

Celena said...

aha! thanks ladies.

IrishGirl said...

I use the toggles, too. Here's my dilema...what in the world do we do with the other half of the toggle (the stick part). I have a zillion of them, but no use for them.

=\ Bren