Caroline Steinford

for KnitDesign by Caroline   2013

089 Miss Sakamoto

“Good heavens, Miss Sakamoto! You’re beautiful!” shouts Magnus Pyke in Thomas Dolby’s 1982 hit “She Blinded Me With Science.” The double-knit Miss Sakamoto is more jewelry than scarf, but it will add a little extra warmth to a formal outfit when the chilly weather comes. Wear it as a scarf, head-wrap or sash, as the mood strikes you. Bead accents and tassels at each end will make you feel beautiful, too. Beads are added with a crochet hook - no pre-stringing is necessary!

Yarn Shown: KnitPicks Stroll Tonal, 1 skein each Deep Waters and Pearlescent

Beads: 328 Seed Beads. Shown: Matsuno Dyna-Mites, size 6/0, color Cobalt Blue with silver lining, 40g, 1 pkg; Darice Jewelry Designer 2002-30 6/0) BV Metallic Asst E Beads, 100 g, 1 pkg.

For extra oomph, make it a set with the “She Blinded Me With Science” purse (available separately). One skein of each color is plenty for both projects, with almost a third of each skein left over.

Pattern Detail

  • Colorwork and beads charted
  • no schematics
  • sewing required
  • all season
  • straight (flat)
  • 2"/4.5 cm x 74"/188 cm (length easily adjustible)
  • digital PDF has 2 pages (letter size)
  • experienced
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 2.25 mm
    • US 1
    • 28.0 over pattern
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
Pf1-belt Pf2-pirate Pf3-scarf-as-belt Pf4-scarf-tassels Pf5-set-in-tree Pf-pattern-pg-1

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