Jeanne

$7.00

FINISHED SIZES:  

Scarf – 5.75” W x 75” L (14.5 cm x 190.5 cm)

Cowl – 26” circumference x 6.5” high (66 cm x 16.5 cm)

Hat – 16” circumference x 10” high (40.5 cm x 25.5 cm) 

MATERIALS:

Expression Fiber Arts Enduring Worsted

4 skeins needed for all three accessories: 2 skeins needed for scarf*, 1 skein needed for both the cowl and hat. 

The samples shown used approximately 691 yards (632 m) total – Scarf: 401 yds (367 m); cowl: 160 yds (147 m); hat: 130 yds (119 m). 

*Because the scarf uses slightly more than 2 skeins of Enduring Worsted, if you wish to make it will ONLY two skeins, you could shorten the scarf slightly, and it would still be sufficiently long.

Shown in color Gray Pearl

If that color isn't available, any from this category will work.

NEEDLE:

Scarf: US #8 (5.0 mm) straight or circular

Cowl: US #8 (5.0 mm) 24” circular

Hat: To begin, US #4 (3.5 mm) 32” min. circular (for Magic Loop method) or dpns,

     AND US #8 (5.0 mm) 32” min. circular (for Magic Loop method),

     OR US #8 (5.0 mm) 16” circular and dpns (see Hat instructions)

Adjust needle size to achieve gauge. 

SKILL LEVEL:

Adventurous Beginner to Intermediate for the scarf. Experience working in the round recommended for the cowl. In addition to having experience working in the round, at least one brioche project should be completed before making the hat.  

Notes From the Designer:

Brioche knitting creates a wonderfully thick and stretchy fabric. It is ideal for cozy accessories or a bulky pullover. This pattern introduces you to the methods used to create brioche fabric. Keeping the designs in one color will help you to focus on learning the technique before jumping into the slightly more complicated two-color version. 

If this is your first brioche project, begin with the scarf. An option for inserting blocks of double brioche is provided. Once you have mastered the stitches and are comfortable with working in the round, give the cowl a try. Although the hat is a little more advanced, with your new brioche skills, this will be a great addition to your set!

  • Click the Videos tab to view a tutorial on some tips and tricks to help you learn how to successfully knit brioche.
  • When counting rows, realize that each knit stitch represents two rows. This is because it is worked in one row and slipped in the next. When checking gauge, you should count 19 knit stitches in 4”, which is actually 38 rows. 
  • While learning how to work brioche, it is highly recommended that you use lifelines. If you need to rip back, it can be very confusing to find your stitches and yarn overs without one!
  • On RS rows, slip the first stitch knitwise, wyib. On WS rows, slip the first stitch purlwise, wyif. All other slipped stitches are worked with the needle inserted as if to purl. 
  • Knitting brioche requires making a yarn over and slipping a stitch. With practice, you will be able to do this in one fluid movement. This is referred to as “sl1yo.” 

Designed by Jane Vanselous

Errata: The yardage requirements for the scarf have been updated. Scarf uses 401 yds (367 m).

Hat- R31 should be [(k2, sl the yo) x 4 ] x 7

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site, and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your knitting!

Chandi

New? Read about our pattern download process here.

"The more in harmony with yourself you are, the more joyful you are and the more faithful you are. Faith is not to disconnect you from reality – it connects you to reality.” – Paulo Coelho

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FINISHED SIZES:  

Scarf – 5.75” W x 75” L (14.5 cm x 190.5 cm)

Cowl – 26” circumference x 6.5” high (66 cm x 16.5 cm)

Hat – 16” circumference x 10” high (40.5 cm x 25.5 cm) 

MATERIALS:

Expression Fiber Arts Enduring Worsted

4 skeins needed for all three accessories: 2 skeins needed for scarf*, 1 skein needed for both the cowl and hat. 

The samples shown used approximately 691 yards (632 m) total – Scarf: 401 yds (367 m); cowl: 160 yds (147 m); hat: 130 yds (119 m). 

*Because the scarf uses slightly more than 2 skeins of Enduring Worsted, if you wish to make it will ONLY two skeins, you could shorten the scarf slightly, and it would still be sufficiently long.

Shown in color Gray Pearl

If that color isn't available, any from this category will work.

NEEDLE:

Scarf: US #8 (5.0 mm) straight or circular

Cowl: US #8 (5.0 mm) 24” circular

Hat: To begin, US #4 (3.5 mm) 32” min. circular (for Magic Loop method) or dpns,

     AND US #8 (5.0 mm) 32” min. circular (for Magic Loop method),

     OR US #8 (5.0 mm) 16” circular and dpns (see Hat instructions)

Adjust needle size to achieve gauge. 

SKILL LEVEL:

Adventurous Beginner to Intermediate for the scarf. Experience working in the round recommended for the cowl. In addition to having experience working in the round, at least one brioche project should be completed before making the hat.  

Notes From the Designer:

Brioche knitting creates a wonderfully thick and stretchy fabric. It is ideal for cozy accessories or a bulky pullover. This pattern introduces you to the methods used to create brioche fabric. Keeping the designs in one color will help you to focus on learning the technique before jumping into the slightly more complicated two-color version. 

If this is your first brioche project, begin with the scarf. An option for inserting blocks of double brioche is provided. Once you have mastered the stitches and are comfortable with working in the round, give the cowl a try. Although the hat is a little more advanced, with your new brioche skills, this will be a great addition to your set!

  • Click the Videos tab to view a tutorial on some tips and tricks to help you learn how to successfully knit brioche.
  • When counting rows, realize that each knit stitch represents two rows. This is because it is worked in one row and slipped in the next. When checking gauge, you should count 19 knit stitches in 4”, which is actually 38 rows. 
  • While learning how to work brioche, it is highly recommended that you use lifelines. If you need to rip back, it can be very confusing to find your stitches and yarn overs without one!
  • On RS rows, slip the first stitch knitwise, wyib. On WS rows, slip the first stitch purlwise, wyif. All other slipped stitches are worked with the needle inserted as if to purl. 
  • Knitting brioche requires making a yarn over and slipping a stitch. With practice, you will be able to do this in one fluid movement. This is referred to as “sl1yo.” 

Designed by Jane Vanselous

Errata: The yardage requirements for the scarf have been updated. Scarf uses 401 yds (367 m).

Hat- R31 should be [(k2, sl the yo) x 4 ] x 7

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site, and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your knitting!

Chandi

New? Read about our pattern download process here.

"The more in harmony with yourself you are, the more joyful you are and the more faithful you are. Faith is not to disconnect you from reality – it connects you to reality.” – Paulo Coelho

Current Stock:
Craft: Knit Free/Paid: Paid Yarn Weight: Worsted Yarn Base: Enduring Worsted Yardage: 600-799 Project Type: Hats Project Type: Scarves/Cowls Difficulty: Intermediate

Customer Reviews 5 (34 Reviews) Write a Review

Pattern Purchase
5 Stars

I like the pattern but have not started it yet.

Pattern Purchase
5 Stars

I like the pattern but have not started it yet.

Jeanne - fabulous trio
5 Stars

As with all of Jane's patterns, it is very well written and contains a lot of detail. This is a great trio of patterns and a fabulous way to learn a new technique. Highly recommended to add to your set of patterns. The brioche knits up beautifully in the Enduring Worsted and Luster Worsted. Thanks, Jane, Chandi, and EFA team for another great pattern!

Jeanne - fabulous patterns to learn a new technique
5 Stars

This pattern trio is excellent. As with all of Jane's designs, it is extremely well written and contains a lot of detail. The video tutorial is very beneficial. Definitely a great pattern to knit! Thank you Jane, Chandi, and EFA team!

Heanine
5 Stars

What could be better than a scarf with pockets!!

Heanine
5 Stars

What could be better than a scarf with pockets!!

Gray Pearl and Skeletal Enduring Worsted
5 Stars

Lovely colors and texture, looking forward to working with this!

Northern shoveler yarn
1 Star

Not happy with the 2 skeins I bought. Tried to hand wind it and it pilled,, got tangled hard to work with.not happy.

Jeanne
5 Stars

Beautiful pattern but I have made this yet

Jeanne
5 Stars

You are wonderful. You bring me joy and inspiration.

Jeanne
5 Stars

Love the pattern and the instructions are clear.

Beautiful
5 Stars

Awesome pattern, love it.

Jeanne
5 Stars

Y love this design. Is my first experience knitting brioche and was so easy to follow the pattern. Hope the next step and winter to use my hat and wrap. Thanks so much ❤️

Jeanne
5 Stars

This is a well written pattern. I just finished the scarf and the double brioche adds a great texture. I’m about to cast on the hat and think it will be a really nice Christmas present

Jeanne
5 Stars

I just finished the scarf and it is wonderful. Pattern is easy to follow and the double brioche adds a nice element. I’m going to cast on the hat next.

Jeanne
3 Stars

I love Chandi, however I find that I'm having trouble with the YouTube video instructions. I want to learn the knitting portion, but I also want to learn the written instructions, and so far I haven't been able to do that. I think the knitting instructions are too fast for me, but I keep trying!

.xxx
4 Stars

.wundervoll

Jeanne
5 Stars

Beautiful hat and scarf set. Well written and easy to follow pattern. Thank you!

Jeanne
5 Stars

Still working on it, but a fun knit.

Jeannie
5 Stars

Still working on it ..but a fun knit.

Jeanne
5 Stars

My yarn is on its way to make this scarf! I’m looking forward to learning brioche.

Jeanne Pattern
5 Stars

Loved learning how Brioche knitting! This is a great pattern that is easy to follow and a pleasure to learn a new skill. My granddaughter is loving the scarf & hat I am making for her! Will be so pretty when all finished.

Jeanne
5 Stars

Gorgeous

Fantastic Pattern
5 Stars

This is a beautiful scarf pattern, filled with many textures. It is well written and easy to understand. Absolutely love it. Highly recommend.

Jeanne
5 Stars

I made the hat and cowl for my husband and he loves wearing them. The pattern is easy to follow and the instructions are excellent!

Jeanne
5 Stars

I made the hat and cowl for my husband and he loves wearing them. The pattern is easy to follow and the instructions are excellent!

Jeanne
5 Stars

I made the hat and cowl for my husband and he loves wearing them. The pattern is easy to follow and the instructions are excellent!

Jeanne
5 Stars

This is such an easy and enjoyable knitting pattern! I made the hat and cowl for my husband, and he loves wearing them together. The instructions are clear and I enjoy working on both.

Jeanne
5 Stars

Haven’t made this yet but it is a beautiful addition to my “want to make” list of patterns.

Jeanne
5 Stars

Beautiful and easy to follow pattern...lvd making it...

Jeanne
5 Stars

Beautiful and clean and clear instructions to follow pattern..... just lvd making it....

Jeanne
5 Stars

Bellissimo set. Ideale per un regalo soffice e coccoloso.

Jeane
5 Stars

I haven't made this yet but it looks beautiful. All EFA patterns are well written and well illustrated. Thank you!

Jeanne
5 Stars

Love it!