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Crochet à la Brioche Scarf

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A Brioche (so called from its resemblance in shape to the well known French cake of that name) may be as easily worked in crochet as in knitting. With a little trick you can transform regular half double crochet stitches into knit-like stitches, that are also very elastic! There are two options of style and yarn to choose from! These reversible soft ribs will hug your neck and keep it toasty warm all fall, winter and into spring. There will be few times you won't find an excuse to wear your la Brioche Scarf! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY 3rd loop hdc (tutorial included) GAUGE Option 1: 15 hdc x 14 rows = 4" (10 cm) Option 2: 9 hdc x 11 rows = 4" (10 cm) Gauge is not critical for this design. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Option 1: 5.5" (14 cm) wide x 63" (160 cm) long without tassels Option 2: 4" (10 cm) wide x 67" (170 cm) long without pompoms PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade Yarns Venezia Worsted COLORWAY #101 white heaven

Recommended with this pattern

  • Worsted weight (#4 Medium). Option 1 (shown p. 2): Cascade Yarns Venezia Worsted (70% merino wool, 30% silk; 219 yd 199 m/3.5 oz 100 g): 2 hanks of #101 white heaven. Chunky weight (#5 Bulky). Option 2 (shown p. 6): Cascade Yarns Pacific(r) Chunky (40% superwash merino wool, 60% acrylic; 120 yd 110 m/3.5 oz 100 g): 3 skeins of #43 ruby.
  • Option 1: 4" (10 cm) long piece of cardboard Option 2: 3.5" (9 cm) pompom maker Tapestry needle for weaving in ends 2 stitch markers

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AllaKovalDesign
I am a published knitwear and crochet designer, specializing in children’s clothing. I love coming up with designs that are new and different, and I find inspiration in everything and everyone around me … my family, children, imagination, yarn, textures, nature … In the past several years, I’ve created and sold hundreds of custom-made (mostly one of a kind) items online. However, one day I realized that I have too much on my plate and couldn’t keep up with all orders anymore. I thought if I started writing patterns, I could make something just once and let other knitters and crocheters make the garments by themselves, and even sell finished projects made from my patterns. I really feel that it was the right direction to take, and I’ve been so blessed by this experience. Somebody else making something out of what I’ve created—that’s what makes me happiest! I hope that you will enjoy working with my patterns as much as I have enjoyed designing and writing them for you. Please visit MyLittleCityGirl.com to learn more about me and my designs, and locate stores where my patterns are sold.