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Pattern: Melusine lace scarf
This beaded lace scarf pattern is knitted with light fingering weight yarn and 6/0 seed beads. The lace pattern is relatively simple, and this scarf can be knit very quickly. The entire scarf is knitted in one direction; no grafting necessary!
The pattern contains both stitch-by-stitch written instructions and charts, so you can use whichever type of instruction you prefer.
(Etsy and craft-fair sellers: This pattern may be used to knit up to 20 scarves for sale. If you wish to sell more than 20 of them, please contact me for licensing terms.)
200-240 yards of light fingering weight yarn. The yarn called for is Brooklyn Handspun Signature superwash merino. I used roughly half a skein.
25g of 6/0 glass seed beads.
Not vital for this project; I suggest starting to knit the first part, then doing a partial blocking. If you like the look and drape of the lace, go ahead with it.
Intermediate knitting; this is a relatively easy lace, and the lace stitches are only on one side of the fabric.
You can purchase this pattern for $5.50 via this link:
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2 thoughts on “Pattern: Melusine lace scarf”
i was thinking on the same “path” along what you made, i like it very much in grey especially.
do you sell this as a download or as a paper pattern?
It is a downloadable PDF.