Isabella's Necklace by Anneli von Knorring

Isabella's Necklace

April 2015
Lace ?
35 stitches and 45 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 0 - 2.0 mm
30 - 70 yards (27 - 64 m)
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Isabella’s Necklace is a quick knitted lace necklace with beads. The necklace is knitted back and forth ending with a knitted-on edge.
The beads may be placed however you prefer. I’ve charted how I placed them in the example.
Measurements: 38 cm/ 15 inches circumference. You can easily stretch it a little more when blocking.
Level: Experienced (due to the various techniques, but I think it could be perfect if you want to learn to place beads too).
Skills needed: Simple lace knitting, placing beads.
Supply: I usually find my supplies on Etsy (pendants, gemstone beads, sterling silver beads, satin ribbons etc.)

Materials needed
• 5g lace weight yarn
• 2 mm/ 0 US needles
• Darning needle
• 15 4-6 mm beads (I used 5 sterling
silver beads (4 mm), 4 amber gemstone beads (4 mm) and 6 Turquoise Howlite gemstone beads (6 mm))
• 40 2 mm beads
• 73.5 cm/ 29 inches 2 mm/ 1/16 inches
wide satin ribbon
• Pendant of your choice
• Bail or jumpring if the pendant comes
without (this to make it hang nicely
and not twisting sideways)
• Pliers for opening and closing jump
rings or bails