The colors in these stitch markers call to mind the freshness provided by clear, crisp water. How better to capture water’s purity than by visualizing the gleaming ice of a frozen ocean?
When you think of the frozen ocean, what else comes to mind? Icebergs! Did you know that almost 90% of an iceberg’s mass is usually below the surface and that water in the iceberg may have been frozen for as long as 15,000 years? They’re also primarily made of freshwater even though they’re found floating in the high seas.
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The set contains nickel-free metals that have been plated to look like silver.
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Every effort is made to depict color accurately but actual colors may vary due to differences in monitor settings. Each set of stitch markers is also unique: no two will be exactly the same, even when made from the same supply of beads.