Tag: Easy Brioche Scarf Pattern

$ 6.00

Once you try the brioche stitch, you will fall in love. The fabric it creates is so soft and luscious, you’ll want to make everything out of it. The yarn over and slipped stitches produce a fabulous pronounced rib which is extra thick and squishy. The one-color brioche stitch can strike fear those that haven’t tried it. Don’t let it! Learning the stitch is not that difficult, especially with the easy step-by-step photos. After a row or two, the stitch process will be second nature to you. No doubt this scarf will be a favorite of your winter wardrobe.

YARN USED
:: 436 yards of Juniper Moon Farm Herriot 100% Baby Alpaca, 3.5oz, DK Weight (Alternatively: 435 yards The Fibre Co. Acadia, a lovely blend of Merino, baby alpaca, and silk, 50g/145yds in Sage, DK Weight)
:: Oddment of DK weight yarn in contrasting color

GAUGE
20 sts and 44 rows to 4” (10 cm)

TOOLS
US 8 - 5.0 mm 
US 7 - 4.5 mm 
(For gorgeous needles, see Lykke Driftwood Circular Needles)
Tapestry or Darning needle
Scissors

SIZE
8”(20cm) by 58” (147cm)