Veronique Scarf- includes beads (Pattern is NOT Included), Marie Antoinette, Aussie Extra Fine High Twist Sock with Nylon Sock Set - FREE US SHIPPING!
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You will receive a 100 gram skein of Aussie Extra Fine High Twist Sock with Nylon in colorway Marie Antoinette (a squishy, but versatile fingering weight yarn) and one 20 gram (78.7 yards mini) in colorway French Lavender, plus 30 grams of Miyuki Beads in color Raspberry Ceylon.
Your set will be packaged with a swan enamel stitch marker (for Versailles!) or an Eiffel Tower (for Paris!) with paper shreds, a some fun small lagniappe gifts, perfect for gifting yourself or someone special.
If you don't have a small crochet hook for adding beads to your knitting, (Alexandra suggests size 12) you can purchase one in the Notion Collection here. You may also need a small cable needle if you use one.
Want a longer scarf? The design calls for a scarf approximately 50" finished length. In this listing, just add an extra skein of Marie Antoinette. As of now, the pattern doesn't include this option, but we'll see if we can get Alexandra to add it. Update: Alexandra used 20 grams for the one skein scarf, so you should have enough for a longer scarf. For now, just keep knitting the main design until your scarf is approximately 1/2 the length you want, then do the final lace. Be sure to weigh you yarn (and beads) to make sure you have a minimum of 50-60% remaining to do the other half!
Here's a blurb from Alexandra on her design:
About the yarn:
Fingering weight 4 ply Superwash 19.5 micron Extra Fine Australian Merino 85%, Nylon 15%
Spun in Italy
Approximately 100 grams/360 meters or 3.5 oz./393 yards for FULL SKEIN ;
20 grams/72 meters or 78.7 yards for Each MINI SKEIN
Recommended needle size 2.5 mm - 4 mm
Gauge (stockinette) 28 stitches x 36 rows over 10 cm/4 inches on 3.25 mm (US 3) needles
Hand dyed in Texas in small batches
Please hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry for best color retention. Dyes may bleed slightly on initial washing. Always test your gauge swatch for dyes bleeding when combining colors.