Beaded Triangle Scarf

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Yarn: 700 yards of size 10 crochet thread

Tools and Supplies: approx. 1000 size 6 glass seed beads, clear drying fabric glue, 4.0mm crochet hook, scissors, beading needle, tapestry needle

Skill Level: Intermediate

Stitches: (sl st)slip stitch, (ch)chain, (dc)double crochet, (sc)single crochet, (sl1b)slip one bead, (sl2b)slip two beads

Ch. 4, sl st in 1st ch. to form ring.

Row 1: Ch.3 (counts as dc), 4 dc in ring. (5dc)

Row 2: Turn. Ch.3, 2dc in same space, dc in each dc across, 3 dc in last st. (9dc)

Row 3-47: Repeat Row 2. (189 dc) in Row 47.

Finish off.

Edging:

Thread beading needle.  Slide all beads onto the thread.

Round 1: Join with sc in top corner of scarf, *sl1b, sc* across to end.  (Sl1b, sc) twice in side of each dc around two remaining sides of scarf.  Join with sl st. in the 1st sc.  Do not turn.

Round 2 & 3: Ch.3, dc in each st. around entire scarf.

Make sure to 3dc in each of the three corners stitches.

Join with sl st in top of beg. ch.

Round 4: *Sl1b, sc* around shawl in each st. Join with sl st. in 1st st.

Round 5: Ch.3, dc in each st. around entire scarf.  Make sure to 3dc in each of the three corners stitches.  Join with sl st in top of beg. ch.

Round 6: Ch.1, sc in same space, *sk nxt st., (dc, sl2b, dc, sl2b, dc, sl2b, dc, sl2b, dc) in nxt st., sk nxt st., sc in nxt st*  repeat from * to * around entire scarf.

Finish off.

Weave in ends.

Use a tiny dab of clear drying fabric glue to secure loose ends due to the smooth and sleek nature of the thread.

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