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Brioche Rib Scarf Knitting Pattern

brioche rib scarf

Cast on an odd number of stitches using needles that are slightly bigger than needles you would normally use with your yarn. For aran yarn you might use 6mm needles; for DK yarn perhaps 5mm needle; for 4ply yarn maybe 4mm needles. Or you could have a more tightly knit scarf using the usual size needles if you prefer. Do a swatch if you are unsure what would suit you.

Once you have cast on your odd number of stitches, continue in this way:

  1. [K1, Knit into the stitch under the next stitch] repeat to last stitch, K1
  2. K2 [Knit into the stitch under the next stitch, K1] repeat to last stitch, K1.

Repeat these two rows until your scarf is as long as you want it to be, and then cast off.

That’s it!