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Migrations is all about traveling beads.  Traveling beads that float on yarn overs creating movement and texture.   This pattern mixes up the colors in crazy hand dyes to perfection.  Play with color, have fun!  This scarf is worked in 2 halves and then grafted together at the middle as the pattern would be backwards on one end  if you worked it from start to finish.  You being with a simple ribbing that has beads placed in between knit sts for weight and flare at the bottom, then beads are incorporated into the pattern for the first eight inches on each side.  The scarf would be WAY too heavy with beads throughout it!  Have fun choosing yarn and beads, the sky is the limit....

Schaefer Yarn Nichole (80% extrafine merino wool SUPERWASH, 20% nylon; 405 yards [370 m] 5 oz [140 g]), 1 skein, or other sport-weight yarn

US size 7 [4.5 mm] needles or size needed to obtain gauge
520 size 6/0 seed beads, approx 45 grams
Tapestry needle
Stitch holder or scrap yarn
Dental floss threader

28 sts x 27 rows = 4 inches in Migrating Box Stitch, blocked

Finished Size
6” wide x 54” long

Skill Level

Includes both chart and written out instructions for stitch pattern.