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I designed this scarf on a 2-week vacation in Haapsalu, Estonia. I bought the yarn at an outdoor market where they sold lots of Kauni-like yarns that had no label. This scarf would work well with two plain colored yarns, even mohair/silk on needles US7 (4.5mm).
This past Spring I had the priviledge to teach at “Knitting in Tuscany” for Susan Wolcott, owner of Yarnability in Shepardstown, West Virginia. The Hegg Braid Scarf was created after a suggestion from one of the participants in this wonderful adventure. The Hegg Braid motif is created by working increases and decreases in one-color brioche.
This cute little cowl could be made with a variety of yarns. Since it is worked in a brioche pattern of 2 stitches you can easily make it bigger, wider, smaller, longer, higher, shorter, thinner, whatever. Multi-colored yarns work really well in two-color brioche and this cowl would look great in lots of colors.
I would advise you to know how to work 2-color brioche before purchasing this pattern. This information can be found in the book Knitting Brioche and on www.briochestitch.com. The BEBEB Scarf is a free pattern available here on ravelry that also uses 2-color brioche.
I initially called this “Sushi Roll Scarf” but that name is already taken by a very wonderful scarf, so it’s name got changed to Sushi Ushi Scarf. This is a very challenging knit for someone unfamiliar with brioche knitting. It uses 2-color brioche and reversible increases and decreases. I would advise first downloading the fre...