A gorgeously soft and warm scarf that has a reversible fabric and makes the most of a semi-solid, kettle-dyed yarn without any problems of ‘pooling’.
This was the first pattern I ever self-published, in 2011, updated in 2020. It was published as a free pattern and will always remain so.
Updated in August 2020 so the instructions and abbreviations are in line with current brioche pattern writing – thanks to Nancy Marchant for her amazing work on brioche terminology.
Suggested Yarn: Manos del Uruguay, Maxima, (100% Wool, 200m/100g); 3 skeins, 6411 Red, OR any semi-solid aran weight yarn.
Needles: 5mm (US 8), straight or circular
Notions: Tapestry needle
Tension: 10cm = 17 sts x 40 rows over pattern
Finished Measurements: 26cm x 162cm