Reversible Brioche Rib Neckwarmer

from Mountain Mist Fiberworks

Reversible Brioche Rib Neckwarmer Pattern


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Knitting: Reversible Brioche Rib Neckwarmer
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • yarn over
  • k2tog
  • sl 1 with yarn in front
  • sl 1 with yarn in back
  • yarn over forward (yo ending at front of work)
  • purl into back of st
  • sl 1 kwise
  • sl 1 pwise
  • bind off

Pattern Description:

This neckwarmer is cushy, soft and warm. It can be worn in a number of different ways to suit your mood and style! The two-color brioche rib has one color predominant on one side, and the other color predominant on the other side. Wear it over your coat as a collar, or under it as a scarf, and position the neckwarmer in lots of different ways (see photos). Illustrated instructions are given for the brioche rib stitch, so don't worry if you haven't done this stitch before.

In addition to instructions for making the neckwarmer, the pattern includes a Technique Feature on the Crocheted Chain Cast On, tips for making the neckwarmer and for using the Chain Cast On, many photos of the neckwarmer in progress, alternate yarn options and button ideas, and a full page showing 30 ways to wear the neckwarmer.


10 sts and 7 rows = 4 inches with size
10 1/2 needles in Brioche Rib Stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits all; 26 1/2" wide by 7 1/4" high


  • Patons Classic Wool Roving, 1 ball #77040 Dark Gray
  • Patons Classic Wool Roving, 1 ball #77115 New Denim
  • Circular needles, 24" or longer, sizes 7 and 10 1/2

You Will Also Need:

  • 2 (1 1/8") buttons

Suggested yarn:

240 yards of Chunky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Patons Classic Wool Roving


New Denim/Dark Gray

About Designer

About Designer

Mountain Mist on

I was taught the basics of knitting, crochet, embroidery, and sewing by my grandmother when I was young. I have found that I enjoy doing a variety of fiber related crafts, and have over the years learned to spin yarn, weave, tat, braid, felt and bead. But the greatest satisfaction for me comes from using my God-given creativity to create my own designs and techniques.

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