Brioche Scarves


 

Three Brioche scarves, all knitted flat.  The patterns are all basically the same but I have used very different yarn weights.

There is an aran scarf, and 2 using Kidsilk Haze, 1 of which combines the Kidsilk Haze with chunky yarn.  Very effective. 

Brioche knitted flat is fairly challenging at first, being a 4-row process.  I have Anglicised the terms, added handy ‘where’s by Brioche at?’ notes and fully explained each step. These patterns would be a good introduction to flat Brioche as there is no shaping.

I rate this as fairly challenging.  

Yarn, needles, etc

Aran Scarf

Finished Size: approx 208cm x 18cm

Yarn

3 x 50g balls of Miondial Biolana in Dark Grey

3 x 50g balls of Mondial Biolana Aran in Cream 

Needles

4mm needle that is 60cm or 80cm long

6mm needle for the cast off

Kidsilk Haze Brioche Scarf 

Finished Size:  approx 198cm x 25 cm 

Yarn 

3 balls of Kidsilk Haze in A (I used dark purple)

3 balls of Kidsilk Haze in B (I used light purple)

Needles

4mm needle that is 60 or 80cm long

6mm needle for the cast off

Chunky and Kidsilk Haze Scarf

Finished Size:  170cm long and 27cm wide after blocking.

Yarn

2 x 100g balls of Rowan Cocoon (I used Crag) – yarn A

2 x 25g balls of Rowan Kidsilk Haze (I used Peacock) – held double throughout – yarn B

Needles

A 5mm circular needle that is 60cm or 80cm long

A 7 or 8mm needle for the cast off

Cost:  £6

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