Exposed Brick Scarf by Rachy Newin

Exposed Brick Scarf

Crochet
June 2015
Sport (12 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches
in Brick pattern
3.75 mm (F)
328 yards (300 m)
Adjustable. 6”/15cm wide and 74”/188cm long.
low vision format available
US
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Build the Exposed Brick Scarf with a series of neat little bricks. The bricks are created with a combination of dc and ch, making the pattern doable for crocheters at every level. It’s easily adjustable in length and width and includes instructions for both a regular or infinity scarf.

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Sample
Sample used Schoppel-Wolle Edition 3 (sport weight; 100% sw merino; 164yds/50g), 328yds/100g in 2299 W Rmebild

Yarn, Yardage, and Colors
The pattern calls for 328yds/300m/100g sport weight yarn but can easily be adjusted to work with any weight and any yardage. It works up well in anything from a lace to a chunky weight, and includes notes for adjusting both the height and the length.

The stitch pattern works well with any color style - it pairs perfectly with a gradient or self-striping yarn, it shines in a solid or semisolid, and it’s open enough to work with a variegated.

Skills Required
dc, ch, working flat, working into the ch-space, working repeats within repeats

Construction
The pattern is worked in one piece and features a two-row repeat.

Modifications and Adjustments
Notes are included for adjusting the following: width; length; infinity or regular scarf

Overview of the Finished Object
The Exposed Brick Scarf features a neat geometric pattern that looks like little bricks alternating with open spaces. It’s a basic rectangle and a simple stitch pattern that repeats through the entire rectangle.

Copyright
This pattern and any associated images, schematics, and charts are copyright Rachy Newin Designs and may not be distributed in part or in whole without express written permission. Handmade objects created from this pattern are not subject to copyright and you can do as you please with your finished object.

Printing
The pattern version includes a large photo on the first page, so print accordingly.

Screen Reader Compatibility
The main pattern pdf is designed to be screen reader compatible. The text is all in one column and headers are formatted according to the style sheet. The pattern is written out completely and the images have descriptive alt text.