Convoy by Jared Flood


March 2012
yarn held together
+ Fingering
= Fingering (14 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in Tuck Stitch; unblocked
US 8 - 5.0 mm
1100 yards (1006 m)
8" wide x 74" long
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This scarf uses a special Tuck-Stitch pattern (a cousin to Brioche Stitch) to create an extra squishy (and reversible) fabric – perfect for wrapping up in on cold winter days. Holding two strands of Loft together results in an aran-weight yarn that is incredibly light and offers beautiful stitch definition. The length of the scarf has been designed for versatile types of wear: wrap it twice for relaxed drape, or thrice for a layered cowl fit. If you prefer a traditional scarf, rather than the “infinity” (looped) variety, we have included instructions for you in the Variations section at the end of the pattern.


Approximately 1100 yards of fingering/sport weight wool yarn; yarn is held double throughout


4 skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Loft (100% American Targhee-Columbia Wool; 275 yards/50g)
Sample shown used two similar colors held together – two skeins each of Artifact & Birdbook


Working Gauge: 12 stitches & 48 rows = 4” over Tuck Stitch; unblocked
Finished Gauge: 12 stitches & 48 rows = 4” over Tuck Stitch; measurements taken from relaxed fabric after blocking
See Swatch Supplement on page 8 for extended gauge information


One circular or pair of straights in size needed to obtain gauges listed above; suggested size: US 8 (5 mm)

Finished Dimensions

8” wide x 74” long; measurement taken on relaxed fabric after blocking, before closing scarf into a loop

Skill Level

2 out of 5