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Brioche Delight


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  • Brioche
  • Cables
  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

My love for texture and brioche stitches is evident in this romantic pashmina-like scarf. Soft and squishy rectangular shape rests on your shoulders beautifully. Elegant, gentle, draping, interesting, and remarkably lightweight fabric is the result of a union of this gorgeous and sophisticated yarn Caravan by Crave and stripes of three stitch patterns done with the appropriate for drape gauge. There are raveling cables on basic brioche, ripple brioche, and garter stitch stripes that complement each other and make an engaging project. Suggestions for variations in width and length are given in tne pattern. Sizes available Pashmina: approximately 76’’ (193 cm) long and 14 ½” (37 cm) wide Scarf: approximately 60’’ (152 cm) long and 9” (22 cm) wide

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn: Crave Yarn Caravan Sport Yardage 830 - 850 yards (759 - 777 m) Gauge: 24 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches in Garter Needle: size US 4 - 3.5 mm

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Faina Goberstein is a prolific knitwear designer, author, and a professional and inspiring teacher. She is the co-author of The Art of Seamless Knitting and The Art of Slip-Stitch Knitting. Her designs appear in Rowan Magazine, Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, Knit.Purl, Knitscene, Interweave Crochet, Twist Collective, Skacel, and other publications and various books. Faina is best known for her elegant and well-fitted classic designs showing off textures such as cables, brioche, lace, and slip stitch patterns. She is fascinated with many knitting techniques and design constructions. Faina loves to share with her students her discoveries and expertise. She teaches at various venues live and online as well as local guilds and shops around the country and abroad. She blogs at