A Beaded Bias Towards Lace Scarf knitting pattern - PDF
Knit your own A Beaded Bias Towards Lace Scarf using these clearly-written instructions by knitwear designer Jackie E-S of HeartStrings FiberArts.
The simplest of lace patterns knits naturally on the bias to make a scarf with chic diagonal ends. The bias design is a striking use of hand-painted yarn. Optionally trim your scarf with a simple crochet beaded edge.
You are buying a download of a PDF file that you can view using Adobe Reader and print on 8½" x 11" plain paper as a personal copy of knitting instructions to make the A Beaded Bias Towards Lace Scarf. Pattern is 2 pages includes color photo and line-by-line stitch instructions.
The A Beaded Bias Towards Lace Scarf shown in the picture was made in Heritage Yarns novelty rayon colorway Magic Carpet Ride and Miyuki emerald seed beads.
As do all HeartStrings' patterns, this pattern has yarn-generic specifications so you can easily substitute with the yarn you want.
To make A Beaded Bias Towards Lace Scarf, you will need 325 yards of fingering weight or finer yarn for blocked measurements of 6½" by 68". Length and/or width are easily adjusted for your preferences, or to the amount of yarn you have. Size US 5 / 3.75 mm needles suggested for gauge of 6½ stitches/inch. 15 g size 8/0 seed beads for optional beaded trim.
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