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SCA - Knit Beaded Fret Patch


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  • Seamless
  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

A cool way to add beads to your knitting. The pattern can be used as a repeating pattern or as a stand alone pattern. It will be of particular interest to members of the SCA, it is the heraldic charge called a Fret. This is an intermediate pattern, it uses size 1 or 0 knitting needles to knit Size 10 Crochet Cotton. It is stitched in garter stitch (all knit stitches), and the beads are threaded on the beads before knitting and slid down the thread when needed in the pattern. Enjoy! Debbie, Unicorn Fiber Arts

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size 1 or 0 knitting needles
  • Size 10 crochet cotton
  • Size 8/0 seed beads

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Unicorn Fiber Arts
Unicorn Fiber Arts
I started Unicorn Fiber Arts because I love fiber arts and LOVE teaching people new fiber crafts! -- I have been involved with fiber arts for over 40 years. -- I can be found teaching crafts classes to all ages, including many classes at Griffin Dyeworks’ annual Fiber Retreats and one-day Fiber Frolics. -- I teach weaving (inkle and card), knitting, cross-stitch, spinning, kumihimo braiding, lucet cord making, needle tatting, and more. I also enjoy crochet, needlepoint, Tunisian crochet, embroidery, beading, and love learning new techniques. -- To supply my many students with the proper materials, and expand my teaching to folks who can't attend my classes, I started making my own knitting, cross stitch, and kumihimo kits, and selling those and other fiber supplies. -- So I sell fiber arts supplies and kits, fiber related items, and other cool stuff I enjoy doing. -- I sell at Society for Creative Anachronism Living History events in Southern California, at Griffin Dyeworks events, and online at -- Within the Society for Creative Anachronism, I has been received arts awards for kumihimo, lucet, inkle, and weaving. At the LA County Fair, I have received blue ribbons for knitting and weaving, and red ribbons for spinning and crafting. -- Thanks for stopping by my shop! -- Debbie, Unicorn Fiber Arts