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Project

My Beading Heart Scarf

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo HeartStrings #H47 My Beading Heart Scarf Link to website or photo www.heartstringsfiberarts.com/h47.shtm What are you most proud of? Another double feature is the beading at each end of the scarf in different, yet coordinated designs to double your pleasure in the knitting and stylish wearing. The area between the pointed ends of the scarf transitions into a simpler bias lace with beads along the edges only, thus minimizing bulk and allowing the scarf to nicely pleat when wrapped about the neck. The area between the pointed ends of the scarf transitions into a simpler bias lace with beads along the edges only, thus minimizing bulk and allowing the scarf to nicely pleat when wrapped about the neck. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Allow 400 yards of lace weight yarn for 5" x 56" scarf. 6 stitches/inch over beaded lace pattern stitch with yarn doubled, size US 7 / 4.5 mm needles suggested. 25 g size 8/0 seed beads. Charted and written stitch instructions areincluded in pattern.

What you will need

  • A combination of two closely-toned solid colors of Jaggerspun Zephyr wool/silk for subtle yet interesting color play that cannot be achieved by a single solid color alone. The yarn colors are Plum and Mulberry. The beads are Miyuki #2440 Transparent Gray Iris beads.

Q&A with JackieES

NannieG10 asked:
Your scarf is absolutely beautiful!
JackieES answered:
Thank you!
JayeJaye asked:
I was looking for a knitting/beading project.where did you get this pattern? It is beautiful.
JackieES answered:
Thank you. Do you see the "For Sale" section just to the right of the description? Click on the "HeartStrings Downloadable Patterns Store" there.
MomGrandma asked:
Wow! Gorgeous scarf, nice work with the beading.
JackieES answered:
Thank you. :) It's not really that hard to do.