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Jacki scarf (one skein done, one to go)

Created in this Craftsy Course

Explorations in Brioche Knitting taught by Nancy Marchant

Bring luscious texture and stunning, reversible patterns to your knitting. Nancy Marchant, the Queen of Brioche, shows how to master this European stitch.

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Unisex
Style Funky, Mod
KatherineBG on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cascade 220, 2 skeins, color 9922 "David's Eyes." Size 6 Knitter's pride needes Scrap yarn for lifelines, stitch marker, tapestry needle

KatherineBG on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I haven't forgotten how to knit!

KatherineBG on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Use lifelines and stitch markers, especially at the beginning. Allow yourself plenty of time ... this is not a quick weekend project. But it's definitely worth the effort! I love the cushy feel of the fabric, and the pattern is lovely. A variegated yarn adds interest.

KatherineBG on craftsy.com

Oh, Is it very difficult to knit? Besides, I love its colour and I do want to learn how to make it. You did a great job!

12/12/2012 Flag

Thank you! I think it is not too difficult to knit, but it takes some time to get used to the stitch. Nancy's instructions and the videos are very clear, so I just followed along.

12/12/2012 Flag

Thank you for the excellent tips on lifelines and stitch markers! Looks beautiful; an inspiration. I just finished my first swatch, and about to start the chapter on this scarf!

12/25/2012 Flag

Thanks! It's really not difficult once you get going, but the lifelines give me peace of mind.And I've used them more then once when I wasn't paying attention and screwed up my stitches. Good luck with your scarf!

12/26/2012 Flag

Thank u so much for useful tips..but my problem is i started knitting from 3 months..i treid to learn Alex scarf in same class..but couldnot understand much..u can say i am not so intelligent like u all..got confused much..i will try after few month..ur scarf is beautiful..really neat finish..good..very good..keep it up..

01/03/2013 Flag

Thank you! I think you should try doing the one-color sample piece first and then the Jacki scarf. That is a good way to get very comfortable with brioche.

01/03/2013 Flag

Oops ... I meant to say more! I am not a longtime knitter. I think the Alex scarf is very complicated. I am eager to try it now, but I needed to make the Jacki scarf first to be comfortable.

01/03/2013 Flag

I hope you will keep trying!

01/03/2013 Flag

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07/13/2013 Flag

I take it you like it. Thanks!

07/17/2013 Flag

How I can get this pattern?I will love to learn.

10/14/2013 Flag

Fabiola, the pattern is included with Nancy Marchant's class, Explorations in Brioche Knitting: http://www.craftsy.com/class/explorations-in-brioche-knitting/145 It's the one-color Jacki scarf. I took the class because I really wanted to learn how to make the two-color Alex scarf (that's the yellow and green scarf in my projects). I hadn't knitted for several years, so it was good for me to work through the one-color scarf first. It's very cushy and warm! The class is great!

10/15/2013 Flag