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Sushi Ushi Scarf pattern by Nancy Marchant

I initially called this “Sushi Roll Scarf” but that name is already taken by a very wonderful scarf, so it’s name got changed to Sushi Ushi Scarf. This is a very challenging knit for someone unfamiliar with brioche knitting. It uses 2-color brioche and reversible increases and decreases. I would advise first downloading the free BEBEB scarf pattern to practice 2-color brioche knitting before purchasing this pattern.

Knitting Fresh Brioche

Knitting Fresh Brioche In this follow-up to her popular book Knitting Brioche: The Essential Guide to the Brioche Stitch, Nancy Marchant, the world-renowned expert on the brioche stitch, uses two colors and increases and decreases to produce graceful, undulating lines that grow out of the simple brioche rib. The result is a stunning reversible fabric with subtly different light and dark sides, shown off here in more than 70 original stitch patterns and 12 exquisite scarf and shawl projects…

XL pattern by Nancy Marchant

Nancy Marchant brioche scarf can be found on Ravelry, she used Rosy Green Big Merino Hug :)

Sizzle Pop pattern by Lesley Anne Robinson

Sizzle Pop! A square shawl with an all-over brioche chevron lace detail, knit using the two color brioche stitch. By Lesley Anne Robinson of Knit Graffiti Designs.