In the Maori-Language "Peara" is the word for pearls.
Little integrated beads are this scarf's highlight, but even without beads it is a wonderful eyecatcher. Because of its construction it drapes nicely and is wearable in versatile ways.
Its length and width is variable, and it can be worked in many yarn weights. It will look especially nice when using a gradient yarn such as Laceball by Schoppel.
Finished Size after blocking approx. 200 cm x 40 cm
The patterns skill level is easy, the scarf can be crocheted by beginners and advanced crocheters because it consists mostly of chains, single crochets and double crochets.
Gauge is not neccessary.
The pattern is tried and tested. The translation is proof-read by a native speaker.
- 11 pages pattern
- phototutorial for placing beads at the end and in the flower pattern
- detailled charts.
Materials you need at home:
- approx. 100 – 200 grams of yarn (or 800 – 1000 meters)
- crochet hook matching the yarn used (choose a larger size if you crochet very tightly)
- beads (for example rocailles – the hole should be wide enough that the yarn fits through easily)
- a piece of very thin wire to place the beads onto the stitches. You can also use dental floss
- sewing needle for weaving in ends
Hi, my name is Michaela, and I live in Germany in Lower Saxony with my husband and my dog Flocke.
I knit and crochet almost my whole live. I was 6 years old when my mom taught me the first stitches and I feel like I have never put the needles aside.
I love to create new looks, I love to see how a knitted or crocheted piece grows with the teamwork of the yarn and my fingers. I want to share my creativity with other knit or chrochet addicted and that is why I create patterns.
All my designs are easy to intermediate to knit or crochet, all patterns are written clearly and easily understandable. They all are tried and tested and the translations are proof-read by a native speaker.
Come to visit my store and enjoy!