One-Color Brioche Scarf Pattern
This one-color brioche scarf pattern is a great way to learn how to knit brioche. If you’ve been thinking about learning brioche, my Tag: Easy Brioche Scarf Pattern is a great place to start! I love this scarf because of its classic look. It’s a simple pattern and you will have a gorgeous scarf that is squishy and soft. As you knit brioche, you’ll discover it has a beautiful rhythm to it that is so soothing and very fun – and much easier than you think it will be! The pattern includes technique photographs so everything you need is included there.
I designed this one-color brioche scarf pattern for Mollie Makes Issue 59 and now it’s available in my shop! The pattern includes easy-to-follow step-by-step photos. I promise you’re going to wonder why you waited so long to try knitting brioche! I love the look of brioche for a men’s and women’s items. The deep rib pattern looks great on everyone! I promise you that this will become your favorite scarf.
I used Juniper Moon Farm Herriot for my scarf. It’s a beautiful DK weight 100% Baby Alpaca yarn. It’s so soft and warm! You can experiment with your favorite DK weight yarns, but I recommend picking a yarn that is soft and lofty to get the great stitch definition and super squishy feel. Then, to add a unique touch to your scarf, find a contrasting DK yarn in your leftovers to add. This is a perfect way to add school colors or your favorite color in a little highlight.
Beautiful yarn deserves beautiful needles. Check out the Lykke Driftwood Needles that I’ve recently added to the shop. I also have fulls sets of gorgeous Lykke Driftwood Crochet hooks as well. You’re going to love knitting or crocheting with them. Happy New Year!!