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Any Yarn Brioche Scarf
  • Any Yarn Brioche Scarf


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    • written for flexibility to create as many different cowls as you’d like, all from one pattern!

    • written to make brioche approachable for first time brioche knitters

    • choose your yarn weight, choose the number of colors you use, choose your finished cowl size, and choose whether you use 1- or 2-color brioche (or both!)

    • follow your own inspiration alongside a recipe style pattern, or use one of two complete patterns for the design samples

    • a fun project that allows you to change your mind mid-knitting without having to set aside one project and picking up another

    • pattern includes recommended gauge, needle size, and yarn quantities for fingering, DK, bulky, and super bulky weight yarns; but it’s very flexible to your needs

    • pattern includes three different cast on and bind off options to accommodate varying skill levels

    • includes linked video tutorials for the techniques used within the pattern

    • includes written instructions that have been test knit and professionally tech edited


    This pattern is worked flat from end to end, and it’s reversible. It creates a beautiful, simple, modern, and versatile design that everyone will love!


    (Small, Medium, Large)
    Width: (2, 4, 6) in / (5, 10, 15) cm
    Length: (40, 55, 70) in / (102, 140, 178) cm




    Fingering Weight Yarn
    (154, 409, 794) yd/ (141, 374, 726) m, (39, 102, 199) g yarn
    3.5 mm (US size 4) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge


    DK Weight Yarn
    (116, 319, 612) yd/ (106, 292, 559) m, (53, 145, 278) g yarn
    4.0 mm (US size 6) circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge


    Bulky Weight Yarn
    (78, 229, 430) yd/ (71, 209, 393) m, (74, 218, 410) g yarn
    5.5 mm (US size 9) circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge


    Super Bulky Weight Yarn
    (40, 138, 247) yd/ (37, 127, 226) m, (65, 223, 398) g yarn
    9.0 mm (US size 13) circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge


    The design sample used Lion Brand Heartland yarn (100% Acrylic, 20% Wool; 251 yds / 230 m, 142 g) held double, in Grand Canyon (MC) and Badlands (CC).


    Gauge for 4 in/10 cm of Brioche


    Fingering Weight: 26 sts, 28 rows
    DK Weight: 22 sts, 22 rows
    Bulky Weight: 16 sts, 16 rows
    Super Bulky Weight: 9 sts, 10 rows


    Note: For gauge, Rows 1a and 1b (or 2a and 3b) combined count as one row.


    Also note: Meeting gauge isn’t crucial for the success of the project but will affect your finished measurements.


    Darning needle
    Tape measure


    If you’ve ever heard about brioche from other knitters, you might be feeling intimidated and as if it’s too difficult for you. Or maybe you’ve tried it before, and the pattern you used made you more confused than when you started. I feel you, because I’ve been there too! But, I’m convinced that with the right support, you can absolutely knit brioche… and love it.


    The techniques used for this brioche scarf include brk, brp, k, and sl1yo. The tutorials for all of these stitches are linked in the pattern, as well as a one color brioche tutorial and a two color brioche worked-flat tutorial!


    Note: if you are especially wanting to work 2-color brioche and you’re feeling a bit scared, you may want to start with 2-color brioche in the round, such as with the Any Yarn Brioche Cowl


    All of my patterns include clear, step-by-step instructions and linked video technique tutorials that walk you through the pattern with confidence. I am also available for pattern support if you have questions.


    From the Test Knitters

    “This is an amazing formula pattern. It’s great for those of us with plenty of experience that just don’t want to do the math ourselves. You could even change up the stitch pattern without too much difficulty.” -Elfinfaerie


    “Aha experience! is what I would say for this project. I am a crocheter turned knitter having knitted only a few projects.Flexibility to use any weight yarn, accomodating different cast on and bind off methods and clearly explained brioche basics with a video support for each one, what more could I have asked for. Loved to work on this project"


    “My daughter loves her scarf …& I loved knitting it for her! Jessica provided clear instructions, as well as alternate finishing options to customize the project based on the knitter’s experience level.” - tanya


    “The way you choose to communicate and explain, makes you stand tall above the other designers I have pattern tested for. It was wonderful experience for me.”


    I would like to extend a huge thank you to all of my test knitters and my tech editor for this pattern, Megan of Pip & Pin.


    Please do not copy, share, or distribute this pattern, as this pattern design is property of Snickerdoodle Knits. You are welcome to sell the knits that you make using this pattern, but I do ask that you provide credit to Snickerdoodle Knits for the pattern and that you link my pattern on Ravelry when you are selling online. Thank you so much for understanding and for your support!


    I am happy to help with any questions or concerns that you may have regarding the pattern. My contact information is included in the pattern.

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