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HEL | Mythically inspired stitch markers

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Hel, named after the Norse goddess of death, was a prized axe of King Magnus of Norway and Denmark. Typically axes were considered the weapons of the peasants- but not Hel.

As a standard each marker has a 10mm ring that can fit up to an 8mm knitting needle but more comfortably up to a 7mm needle. There is also a lobster claw that can be used up to an aran weight yarn without issue.

The Hel set is in one of four variations:

💚 An axe, two shields, and two swords on green dragon's veined agate- the five set with dragon's veined agate.
💚 An axe, two shields, and two swords on standard green Python Charms beading- the five set.
💚 An axe, a shield, and a sword on green dragon's veined agate- the three set with dragon's veinged agate.
💚 An axe, a shield, and a sword on standard Python Charms green beading- the three set.

Do you prefer a different kind of closure? You can select a different option here for free.

Don't forget to check the Options and Extras collection for different ways of keeping your new markers together.

Jewellery standard pin, beading, and clasp.

As there are small parts this is not a toy nor suitable for children.

Avoid getting wet. If the items become dirty please use a soft clothe and gentle detergent before wiping away with a damp clothe.

As there is metal parts they may oxidise due to humidity and other conditions. 

Delivery information is here.