While having removable stitch markers for knitting can be useful, when it comes to crochet it's a necessity! There are a few ways to use our Split Ring Markers in Crochet:
1. To mark the rounds. Unlike knitting if you don't use a removable stitch marker for marking rounds, your stitch marker will be stuck in your project forever. Which could be cute with our rainbow colors, but probably isn't the look you're going for. :)
2. For attaching new pieces. It's tough to see and remember exactly which round is which when adding a new piece to your crochet. If you know you're going to add legs to a stuffed animal, on rounds 11-16 you can mark those rounds at an even distance by using markers. No more lopsided teddy bear!
3. To keep your work from unraveling. It can be a dicey situation to leave your crochet hook and your last loop just sitting there in between crafting sessions with no protection. Simply add a Split Ring Marker to your live loop while you put it aside to ensure that none of your work comes undone.