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Perlé, a beaded scarflette, is worked in two halves and kitchener stitched together. An optional slit is incorporated so that the scarf can “lock” into place around your neck. Beads are worked in two different ways on this pattern: the edge beads are pre-strung and worked on the first knit stitch of each row; the interior beads are placed onto their stitches with a crochet hook or super floss. The pattern includes instructions and links to videos that will help you learn these beading techniques!  

100 yards of luxury fingering or light sport weight yarn

Yarns Used
Fingering: Fibre Company Road to China Light (65% baby alpaca, 10% cashmere, 10% camel, 15% silk; 1.75oz [50g] / 159yds [145m]); col. Lapis
Light Sport: Bijou Basin, Lhasa Wilderness (75% yak, 25% bamboo; 2oz [56g] / 180yds [165m]); col. Nat. Brown #01

US Size 5 [3.75 mm] needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
200 4mm Magatama OR Size 6 glass seed beads for edging, [approx. 20 grams]
66 Size 6 glass seed beads, [approx. 7 grams]
Dental Floss Threader for stringing on beads
1 mm crochet hook OR Superfloss  for placing beads(see notes)
Tapestry Needle

22 sts x 28 rows= 4 inches in st st, unblocked

Finished Measurements
5.25 inches at widest point, 3.5 inches at narrowest point x 27.5 inches long