Hydrangea Scarf by Susan Pandorf
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Hydrangea Scarf

Knitting
July 2008
Light Fingering / 3 ply ?
6 stitches = 1 inch in ladder stitch -blocked
US 3 - 3.25 mm
825 - 850 yards (754 - 777 m)
80 in by 16 in
This pattern is available for free.

Also available at p-hop.

July installment of the Garden Variety Collection, a limited edition of seven scarf designs inspired by Handmaiden’s sea silk and flowers.

Hydrangea’s watercolors remind me of antiques. Of faded beauty. Of a special blossom pressed with the yellow pages of an old album in the attic. Of times gone by…

Skills needed include: basic lace experience, crochet hook beading (optional), and chart reading.

This pattern is knit from both ends and grafted at center.

Bead Count: 4300 size 8 seed, 72 5mm x 16mm Dagger Beads

Direct PDF download (archived)

Errata from June 2008 (may have been corrected on the PDF pattern):
Chart C2, row 37, st 8
Should be knit, not YO.

Sources for dagger beads:

Land of Odds

Joggles

Fusion Beads

Want to know more? Come join us at the Garden Variety Collectors KAL. We’ll see you round the garden path…