Being part Irish, I'm still looking forward to St. Patrick's Day so I'm keeping the theme going. Today we'll be taking a look at a few St. Patrick-y project bags and stitch markers.
First, let's check out a few stitch markers.
|Peridot Jade Stitch Markers, courtesy of Lavender Hill Knits|
I'm thinking these peridot jade markers from Lavender Hill Knits are a must-have before my next Outlander binge. (And yes, Kate, I'm aware I'm once again mixing Irish & Scottish heritages here. I have Scottish blood as well as Irish so I think it'll be okay.)
|Flowered Millefiori bead markers, courtesy of Lavender Hills Knits|
If you aren't an Outlander fan, (gasp!) maybe you'd prefer these removable markers also from Lavender Hill Knits. It's sort of hard to see but they have tiny little flowers on them.
|Symbol of Luck Stitch Markers, courtesy of Blue Dog Workshop|
Or how about these adorable shamrock stitch markers from Blue Dog Workshop.
I've shopped at both Blue Dog Workshop and Lavender Hills Knits in the past and been extremely happy with my purchases and the customer service from both of these Etsy shops.
|Shamrock mini purse courtesy of Creative Jen V|
Creative Jen V, is offering this adorable shamrock mini purse. Last summer I purchased a non-holiday bag the same size from Creative Jen V & couldn't be happier with it. It's the perfect bag for socks or mittens and I can't believe the bag's durability. I have abused mine rather badly, and frequently, and it still looks brand new.
|Project bag, courtesy of Quilt Knit Craft|
Or perhaps you'd like a slightly bigger bag. How could anyone resist these adorable puppies all dressed up for St. Patrick's Day? St. Patrick's Day or not, this bag from Quilt Knit Craft is going on my wish list.
|Neon Lime Celtic Knot Bag, courtesy of Shop House of Knot|
This larger bag from Shop House of Knot is another being added to my wish list. I just love the shorter handles and lime green celtic knots.
Which is your favorite?