I realized I hadn't knitted a brioche scarf for my hubby (aka Boo), so I found a stitch pattern out of Nancy Marchant's book, Knitting Fresh Brioche, called Mr. Flood's Brioche Stitch. It was later converted to a scarf pattern, Cinnabar Brioche Scarf. This is a great pattern and the scarf worked up beautifully. I … Continue reading Brioche Scarf for my Boo
One of last year's gift recipients received a brioche scarf I knitted from pattern, Brioche Twister by Renée Callahan of East London Knit. This was a well-written brioche pattern and the scarf knit up quickly with Malabrigo Yarn Silky Merino in 796 Mares and The Cashmere Co-op Courchevel Lace in Legion Blue. The scarf was light … Continue reading Brioche Twister scarf
I love brioche and these scarves show how lovely brioche looks in both 100% wool and 100% acrylic. The pattern is Advancing Lines by Lavanya Patricella. The wool version was knit up in Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage in colorways Begonia Leaf and Rocky Mountain High, Colorado. My project notes for this scarf are here. The acrylic … Continue reading Advancing Lines brioche scarves
I picked up some Madelinetosh Tosh Sock at The Knitting Nook in Owasso, Oklahoma last year and decided to finally cast on a wide brioche scarf for me to wear this winter. The colorways are Pop Rocks, Toko and Onyx. My project notes are here. The pattern is Coffee at the Grand by Lesley Anne … Continue reading Coffee at the Grand for Me
With some Madelinetosh Twist Light in Hi/Lo and Dirty Panther left over from the Provençal Shawl, I decided to start a small brioche scarf to work on between larger projects. Mrs. Zwaalie's Brioche Scarf is a free pattern by Nancy Marchant. It doesn't have any increases or decreases, so it's easier for a beginner to … Continue reading Mrs Zwaalie’s Brioche Scarf for me!