The name of the book is 101 Designer One-skein Wonders by Judith Durant. The necklace was designed by Carol Metzger and is called the Scallop-Edge Beaded Necklace. There are only 8 rows to the pattern, and I had almost everything I needed already on hand, except for the beads.
The yarn was something leftover from my days of crocheting doilies, and the size #3 knitting needles were passed down to me from my mother-in-law. (I'm guessing they were likely used to make baby items for my husband.)
The first step in the project, before starting to knit, is to string the beads onto the yarn. This presented a problem since the yarn did not seem to fit through the eye of the needle.
The first 2 plys made it through. Then I threaded the second two.
Now that my needle was threaded, it was time to string all the beads.
For a knitted project using beads, you have to string all the beads for the whole project onto your yarn before you start any knitting.
You slide the beads up the yarn in between the knit stitches.
Just 8 rows later, I had a finished necklace!