Hydrangea Scarf

The ever generous designer Susan Pandorf has donated another of her gorgeous lace patterns to p/hop. This beautiful beaded scarf is made using 825 – 850 yards (754 – 777 m) of 3ply weight yarn, 4300 beads  8 seed beads and 72 5mm x 16mm Dagger Beads though it would look just as stunning without the beads.

Here’s Susan’s inspiration for her pattern: “Hydrangea’s watercolors remind me of antiques. Of faded beauty. Of a special blossom pressed with the yellow pages of an old album in the attic. Of times gone by…”

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Feeling inspired? Take a look at the other Hydrangea Scarf projects on Ravelry.