Delicate Beaded Ruffled Scarf
We’re SO ready to see green again around here:) We just can’t wait for warmer temperatures, leaves, flowers, grass… well, you get the picture.
Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and the “wearing of the green”, the early arrival of Easter and a much anticipated spring, please enjoy a mix of knit and crochet patterns, all of which have green(-ish) samples pictured. Have fun with them!
The Think Green! bundle is free through March 17th. Please enjoy and feel free to share the patterns with your friends!
Thank you for the pattern support!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Knit one for yourself or someone special. Put together a kit with beads, yarn and the pattern for a gift. The local yarn shops have lace weight mohair and many have 6/0 seed beads, and the scarf only uses one ball of yarn and approximately 20 grams of beads.
Using lace weight, wispy mohair, this scarf or wrap is knit with size 15 needles. Beading on the ruffles at each end add a special touch to this uncomplicated design. Sprinkle beads throughout the body of the scarf for added interest and fun!
This design may be knit as a shawl by adding another ball of yarn and increasing the width. Increase the length of the scarf by adding more yarn before the ending ruffle.
Beads are pre strung with a dental floss threader. 20 grams of TOHO seed beads in size 6/0.
This is a helpful U-Tube video for stringing beads onto the yarn using a dental floss threader: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtTCeehuSFw
I prefer to use a fleece mat on a flat table surface. Fleece fabric may be purchased at any fabric store and cut a small square to use for beading.