Knit Scarf Pattern Single and Double Scarf Pattern Brioche Stitch Knitting Intense CNOPSUY149

Knit Scarf Pattern: Single and Double Scarf Pattern Brioche Stitch Knitting Intense CNOPSUY149

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This scarf is made using both a single and a double brioche stitch. The single brioche is similar to a traditional ribbing, so it is used for the center part of the scarf. The panels are made using the double brioche stitch. In almost every case, the brioche stitches are light and fluffy. You can put them on virtually any needle that you like. If you use a smaller than suggested needle, the material will be denser, but still on the “fluffy side.” If you use much larger needles, it will appear similar to lace. In this case, I just went up one needle size. You can experiment and see if you like it better going up two needle sizes. There are also instructions for an optional edging should you wish to do that. The blocking stage of this stitch is also very important and suggestions on how to do it are included in that section.If you are interested in brioche knitting patterns, there are four scarves listed in the eclectic scarf section that are knitted using variations of the brioche stitch. This one is the easiest of the four, and therefore a good one to learn on.Skill Level: Intermediate (assuming a working knowledge of Knitting, Purling and YO's)The sample shown here was made using Lorna Laces Honor Yarn in Glendale, and was expertly pattern tested by Deb Terrio, who can be contacted at: jstdt3t [!at] This is a listing for a pattern and not for the finished item. Email Support is happily provided