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New knits–Beaded Scarf

You’re just going to have to rotate your head. I cannot get this to upload correctly and I am not in the mood to mess with it anymore. I’m not in a bad mood, but I just want this to go smoothly and then I want to knit on my new vest.

This is the Hydrangea Scarf pattern from Fiber Trends that I am using for my Beaded Scarf class coming up this month. The original pattern does not have beads, but I added them–a trick I will teach in the class.

More and more I am loving beads with lace. I’m not looking for bling, hence the bead choices are subtle. I’m looking at the way that the weight of the beads helps the fabric drape. Also the beads are a nice touch and you can take them quite wild if you want.

This yarn is Simply Shetland’s Cashmere Silk blend. Charlotte Yarn has it in quite a few colors so I chose it for the class sample. It isn’t buttery soft, but has a nice hand, much like raw silk. The yarn has enough texture that it holds the lace pattern open to view. It creates a very elegant casual look. Two skeins will make a 10″ X 75″ scarf–or longer.
I used a size 4 needle and a size 12 steel crochet hook to place the size 6/0 seed beads.

I bought the beads from Emilia Beadelia’s Bead Shop on ebay. Jennifer has great prices and great products. Ordered new beads from her late Tuesday and received them today. Obviously great service. Highly recommend. Order size 6/0 to get a bead with a large enough hole to use with the crochet hook technique.


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