Ilga Leja



Which country can one think of when knitting the sensuous Brioche Stitch other than France? Light and airy, while at the same time rich and delicious, that description fits the Brioche Stitch as well as its namesake, the brioche pastry.

And just like its namesake, its variations are endless. In the France scarf, the stitch pattern is used in its basic form, both as a way for you to become better acquainted with it, and as a way to simply enjoy the stitch without having to worry about shaping, stitch counts, and other garment considerations.

To make it more interesting, a variety of colours are introduced as contrast colours which show as stripes along one side of the scarf, while the main colour dominates the other side.

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • no sewing
  • all season
  • straight (flat), no sewing
  • 108 cm./43 in. long and 20 cm./8 in. wide
  • digital PDF has 6 pages (letter size)
  • easy
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 4.0 mm
    • US 6
    • 18.0 over pattern
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
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