Eventide is seriously one of my favorite beaded scarves ever! Eventide is based an an incredibly easy 6 stitch “cross stitch” pattern. It is made by working double yarnovers that add length to your stitches so they float and appear to be woven not knitted. My inner weaver loves this! Beads are used on each end of the scarf creating an arrow of bling! The pattern includes lots of info on working with beads, including: stringing beads, purling and knitting with beads, working yarn-overs with beads, and more.
This pattern is a downloadable PDF file.
Schaefer Yarn Audrey (50% silk/ 50% wool, 4 oz [112 g] / 700 yds [640 m]) or other fingering weight yarn; approx 450 yards
Size 6 [4mm] straight needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
Stitch holder or piece of scrap yarn
1108 Size 8 glass beads, approx 30 grams (see notes)
Dental floss threader
10 x 64 inches, blocked, there is enough yarn to make it longer!
23 sts and 34 rows = 4 inches in st st before blocking.