Brioche Cabled Turtleneck Scarf by Linda Lehman
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Brioche Cabled Turtleneck Scarf

Knitting
Sport (12 wpi) ?
6 stitches = 1 inch
in stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
500 - 700 yards (457 - 640 m)
One size fits most, but can be adjusted.
This pattern is available for $6.75 USD
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This scarf is made using a brioche stitch combined with a brioche cable. The turtleneck section is also made using one of the many brioche stitches. Brioche stitches tend to have a fullness and dimensionality not found in other knitting stitches. The stitch itself causes the sides to scallop slightly. If you’re a good knitter, but are unfamiliar with the brioche family of stitches, you might enjoy this pattern. (There are two other brioche scarf patterns found in my shop, if you are a fan of brioche knitting stitches. Both can be found in the “non-traditional scarf section.”)

This pattern is both charted and written out line by line. There are also instructions for a simple crocheted edging.

Skill Level: Intermediate - Intermediate + (assuming a good working knowledge of knitting, slipped stitches, yo’s and cabling).

The sample was expertly test knitted by Phyliss Lederman who can be contacted at: phylisgl@verizon.net,(and is known on Ravelry as “phyllisgl”. The sample was knitted using Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sport Weight yarn in colorway, Brick.

The pattern is for sale at:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/WearableArtEmporium
(in the non-traditional scarf section)