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Clover Lock Ring Markers

$5.50 $4.79

20 in a pack
Mark your rows/keep track of your loops

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Description

Lock ring markers lock onto knitted stitches for worry free knitting.

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10 Reviews from Amazon


  1. 5 out of 5

    Handy little stitch markers |
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    I have a variety of stitch markers, but these are my favorite. They're easy to use and don't get in the way. Because they're made like safety pins, I can also slip a small tag on them and use them to mark the part of the garmet I'm working on. For example on a recent project I marked the front of the work and then marked the sleeves, the back, the front,etc...which made life a lot easier come assembly time.
  2. 5 out of 5

    Clover Lock Ring Markers |
    Verified Purchase

    I have been crocheting for several decades. I've used whatever was on hand to mark my work, i.e. bobby pins, safety pins, bits of yarn. I finally "splurged" on these markers and now wonder why I didn't think they were important to use before. If I am creating a large number of rows, I can place a marker every ten rows (or whatever multiple) and have less counting. It is one of those "duh" moments to finally use markers made for my crocheting plus so much easier to use.
  3. 5 out of 5

    smart and easy |
    Verified Purchase

    smart and easy way to mark stitches while knitting or crocheting. nice part is that they work like a safety pin so you can move or remove it anytime during your work.
  4. 5 out of 5

    No more snags |
    Verified Purchase

    I had been using safety pins to mark my rows. They work, but can snag the yarn. These are amazing and don't catch on the yarn at all. Having different colors is very nice, too. I hightly recommend this product.
  5. 4 out of 5

    Great Row Counter |
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    They really are better than using safety pins or snippets of thread to keep count of rows on projects. I work on my knitting on mass transit and it just takes a quick glance to remember on which row I am supposed to be working. Not giving it 5 stars because I have noticed that they are losing flexibility after 4 uses. Not sure how long they will really last as locked markers. Orders like this make Amazon Prime membership worth it.
  6. 5 out of 5

    The ring markers come in handy for crocheting amigurumi |
    Verified Purchase

    I recently became addicted to making amigurumi or crocheted dolls that were built upon rounds and rounds of single crochets. With the Clover Lock Ring Markers, I don't need to worry about losing count of stitches which often happened when the stitch marker fell off. The lock ring marker worked like a safety pin and it didn't take much time to get used to it. I think $5 plus tax was a bit too expensive and the ring markers could be a little bigger. (I later found that there were Jumbo Clover Lock Ring Markers available after I purchased the smaller ones.) However, I am quite satisfied with the ones I am using now.
  7. 5 out of 5

    Sturdy |
    Verified Purchase

    I have used these on several projects now and I really like them. I was skeptical that they could be plastic and hold up to being fastened over and over again without breaking but they have held up without any sign of weakening. I like the bright colors as they show up and stand out in my projects. I also have the Clover Split Ring Markers, which also work well, but will slide off of the yarn if you're manipulating your project quite a bit, so these locking markers really come in handy. I also like how they come in their own flapped storage pouch.
  8. 5 out of 5

    Can't Live Without Them |
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    These are indispensible if you knit. I use them for everything -- as markers, to hold pieces together when I'm sewing up a sweater, to hold counters, etc. And because they unlock, you can move them around.
  9. 5 out of 5

    good markers |
    Verified Purchase

    These are probably some of my favorite markers because they lock and unlock for easy removal and slipping. I used to get the crescent shaped markers but found that they fall off too much. I ordered 2 packs to suppliment my projects.
  10. 4 out of 5

    A consistently good product. |
    Verified Purchase

    For knitting and crochet, locking stitch markers are a must and Clovers work consistently. They are far more expensive than the giant $.49 packs I also saw advertised, but I craft way too hard to buy nonsense. These can be easily opened and closed with one hand once you're done it a few times. I wish they came in more colors so I could identify my LHS vs. RHS and increases vs. decreases - I make a lot of garments that use leaning increases and it would be really nice to know at a glance what I am looking at. Lightbulb! I'm going to paint the heads on half of each color with a different color of nail polish - that way I will have 4 colors! A little work yes, but it will give me what I need. These are sturdy, precision markers. You will be able to mark stitches in socks or small amigurumi without splitting your yarn or stitches so you will be pleased with their functionality. I'm just bummed about the color choices.