Sweet Peas by Andree Beddoe

Sweet Peas

July 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in Plain stockinette st worked flat and smoothed, not stretched
US 6 - 4.0 mm
580 - 600 yards (530 - 549 m)
one size, but pattern is easily adjustable. Instructions included.
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Sweet Peas is a rectangular scarf designed using my own Beaded Stacked Increase (BSI) technique to paint the meandering leaves over a stockinette background worked in a different color. The scarf starts on the long edge with a provisional cast-on. Size is easily adjustable. In this design, you knit one color at a time.

Beaded Stacked Increase (BSI) video here.
Sweet Peas – Knitting Tips video here.
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Techniques Used
Beaded Stacked Increase (BSI), stacked decrease, short rows, provisional cast-on.

4mm (US 6) 60”/150cm circular needle (this design must be knit on a long circular needle. No cable connectors on interchangeable needles).

Yarn Information
Fingering – 2 colors with high contrast
A (main): 322yds/288m
B (leaf): 255yds/238m

Sample is knit with Dyehouse Yarns by Serial Knitters, Single Fingering 6/7 from serialknitters, colors Turmeric for A, and Pollen for B.

To adjust size you need approximately 5 yds/5m of A, and 4yds/4m of B per repeat. Each repeat is 21 stsx10 rows.

Many thanks to Amrutagudur, and laincreativ without their contributions this pattern would not have been published!