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Jacki Revisited Icelandic Style

from Brioche Stitch
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Jacki Revisited Icelandic Style
Jacki Revisited Icelandic Style
Jacki Revisited Icelandic Style
Jacki Revisited Icelandic Style

Pattern Description:

The Jacki Scarf is a one-color scarf that is part of the lessons on my craftsy.com class - Explorations in Brioche Knitting.
This scarf is a variation of the strong diagonal line that was worked in the Jacki Scarf, plus a second color is added.

I used LettLopi by Lopi Yarns, an Aran weight, rough Icelandic yarn, because I really liked the luscious turquoise color that Ragga used in her Topdown Icelandic Sweater craftsy class. This yarn knits up beautifully but will be scratchy when worn directly next to the skin, so beware.

Gauge:

Not that vital for the outcome of this scarf.

Suggested yarn:

440 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

LttLopi

Colorway:

orange 1410 and turquoise 1404
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A graphic designer with a master's degree in textile art, Nancy Marchant first discovered brioche stitch when she moved to the Netherlands in 1976. She became fascinated with brioche knitting and ...

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