Random Brioche Scarf by Sybil R

Random Brioche Scarf

by Sybil R
February 2019
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This pattern is available for free.

I’ve been planning to do a two-color-brioche project for quite a while, but I couldn’t decide on the stitch pattern that I wanted to use. So I started to play around with different brioche increases and decreases - and the sampler piece grew longer and longer. After a while, I started to embrace the idea of different brioche stitch patterns in one scarf and continued knitting until the piece was 160 cm long - the perfect scarf length.

In the end, I knitted another similar scarf (slightly wider) in this random manner. Actually, knitting like that - just seeing where the increases and decreases take you - is quite fun because you can see the pattern develop, and it’s great travel knitting, too :)

So, if you want to have a completely special - and certainly unique - scarf, why not knit yourself a random brioche scarf, too.

This tutorial explains how to knit a scarf in the random brioche. Please note, that this is not a knitting pattern in the classic sense with detailed stitch by stitch and row by row sequences, but a set of instructions and tips that allow you to knit a scarf and achieve a similar result and perhaps an invitation (inspiration) to try out how different brioche increases and decreases work.