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Beaded Mohair Scarf Pattern

Beaded Mohair Scarf Pattern

“Like raindrops on a gossamer web.”

Tiny glass beads sit like raindrops on the gossamer web of this simple garter-stitch scarf. Lacy loops at the edges are created as you go with a yarn-over at the beginning of each row. But the real secret to the beauty of this piece is in the finishing. Slip blocking wires through each edge loop and steam press gently—transformation!

Approx. 12½"/32cm x 60"/152cm, after blocking.

1 skein Alchemy Haiku (325 yds/297m); shown in Color Aubergine.
Or approx. 325 yds/297m of an equivalent lace-weight mohair yarn.

US 10 (6mm) needles, or size required to obtain gauge.
US 13/14 (.9mm) steel crochet hook for placing beads.
1 package size 8 beads.
Blocking wires.

Approx. 16 sts = 4"/10cm in garter stitch, after blocking.

Even if you've never thought of yourself as a 'bead' person, consider including them in this scarf. The beading pattern is as understated as it gets and, with their tiny bit of extra weight, the beads make this light-as-a-feather scarf a bit easier to wear.

When knitting lace-weight mohair yarn, we prefer pointier needles over blunt. While none of the knitting maneuvers called for in the pattern are difficult, we like the extra bit of control and precision you get with a pointy needle.

Digital Beaded Mohair Scarf pattern. (Download)

Printed Beaded Mohair Scarf pattern. (Requires shipping.)