Alternating Brioche Scarf by Gwen Bortner

Alternating Brioche Scarf

by Gwen Bortner
Knitting
December 2019
Aran (8 wpi) ?
13.5 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Alternating Fisherman Rib
US 8 - 5.0 mm
350 yards (320 m)
60" x 7"
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A cozy scarf can be the perfect gift for anyone, including
yourself. Keep it simple with a single color or make
a statement with two contrasting colors. Created
with alternating sets of Fisherman Rib, the project is
naturally reversible. It is a great project for knitters
beginning to explore the Brioche stitch. Directions are
given for the Fisherman Rib pattern in both the knitone-
below method and the yarn-over method.

Finished Scarf:
60” x 7”

Yarn
Samples were made with Stunning String Studio Cozy in
color Summit Blue (single-color version) and Charcoal
and Rusty Gate (two-color version).
350 yds - Aran weight

Needles
5.0 mm (US #8) 24” or shorter circular needle

Notions
2 Stitch Markers

Gauge
13.5 sts and 30 rows = 10 cm (4”) in Alternating
Fisherman Rib

Skills Required
• Either knit-one-below or yarn-over method for
creating brioche fabric
• Familiarity with working single-row, two-color
stripes flat
• Stretchy bind-off