Mystery stitch markers!
Schrödinger's cat is a thought experiment about quantum physics. Erwin Schrödinger suggested it in 1935, in reaction to the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum physics: A cat, with a Geiger counter, and a bit of poison is put in a sealed box. Since there's poison in the box and you can't see inside, you don't know if the cat is alive or dead unless you open the box and look. Therefore, quantum physics says that the cat's both alive and dead until you go peek!
So, until you open up the box, that cat is both alive and dead simultaneously.
When I got these Halloween themed black cat charms, I knew what I had to do!
I put together these mystery packs of markers, each with ONE of the 8 different black cat charms (2 dead, 3 alive, 3 murderous), and 6 simple stitch markers for your spooky holiday projects!
One additional knife wielding kitten has found his way into the boxes 😁
Each set is made with either soldered closed rings that fit up to a US size 11 knitting needle, or lobster claws that can be used as progress keepers, single stitch holders, or crochet stitch markers.
There are now 8 to collect!