Feather-Light Two-Color Brioche Scarf for Men

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Published July 17, 2018

Brioche stitch can be heavy and dense. In this scarf pattern, laceweight yarn is held double, creating a light-as-a-feather brioche scarf for not very much money.

Practice your two-color flat brioche knitting with this simple and attractive brioche scarf for men. Finished product man-tested and approved.

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Pattern Details

  • Sizes: One size
  • Finished Measurements: 5½ in. wide by 5½ feet long

Materials

  • Yarn: Approximately 400 yds. lace-weight yarn (will be held double) or 200 yds. sport-weight yarn (held singly) in each of 2 colors.
  • Needles: 1 pair DPNs,
  • Needle size: US 6 (4.0 mm) or size required to get gauge (6 sts/in)
  • Notions: Scissors, tapestry needle

Gauge

  • 6 sts/in in St st

Abbreviations

BO – Bind Off
Brk – Brioche knit: Knit the stitch together with its wrap
Brp – Brioche purl: Purl the stitch together with its wrap
CC – Contrasting Color
CO – Cast On
MC – Main Color
Sl 1 – Slip 1
Wyib – With yarn in back
Wyif – With yarn in front
Yfsl1yo – Yarn forward, slip 1, yarnover: Move yarn to front, slip next st, bring yarn over needle to back, making a yarnover. The yarnover will pass over the slipped stitch and sit next to it like a cape.


Shown: 1 ball each Malabrigo Lace in 51-VAA and 62 Marine, held double.

Recommended Course: Brioche Knitting

Brioche knitting is complicated. One-color, two-color, decreasing... and all those weird abbreviations!

Luckily, it is well within your abilities to knit Brioche, flat and in-the-round, with ease. By following along with the videos and exercises in this course, you'll be amazed at what you create.


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4 thoughts on “Feather-Light Two-Color Brioche Scarf for Men”

  1. just got this pattern in the newsletter. I have some sock yarn that I bought and don’t want to make socks. Can I use it instead of lace yarn? I figure I can use the black for the second color to create a really nice distinction. I already have nice DPN’s. BTW never did brioche before but this will be fun. Keep my mind on something positive. stay well.

    1. Hi dear! Great to hear from you.
      I’m working on getting the linked videos back in the patterns, so I definitely will have them in there in the future.
      Sorry that I don’t have them in there right now.
      If you go to your Brioche class at https://www.knitfreedom.com/members/brioche you can watch all the videos relating to how to do this scarf. The last few videos in the class are the ones you want.
      Does this help? Let me know! I’m always here for you.
      Liat

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