Flicker is a rectangular scarf constructed with Brioche stitches. Instead of the classic rib look of Brioche, It is worked like Stockinette stitch but still carries the nature of the Brioche.
Inspired by flickering lights, slipped stitches are helping to show/hide the colours which are dancing and flickering with a transversal pattern.
This design is perfect for beginner knitters who are learning brioche, would like to try something different to its natural rib look instead. Flicker gives the maker a smooth and relaxed experience and lets the yarn to do all the work.
The second skein needs to be joined exactly where the colours change so the transversal pattern can continue without interruption.
You may have different results of pooling depending on your gauge and colourway. This difference is due to the uniqueness of Flicker knit in Gusto Carmen.
Suggested yarn:2 skeins of Gusto Wool Carmen Fingering Weight Yarn
Yarn weight: Fingering / 4 ply
Unblocked: 20 sts x 56 rows = 4’’/ 10 cm square
Blocked: 22 sts x 38 rows = 4’’/ 10 cm square
in Brioche Stockinette stitch with US 4 / 3.50 mm needles
Needles: US 4/3.50 mm or size needed to obtain gauge
Yardage: 880 yards (805 m)
Dimensions: 9.5’’/ 24 cm width x 86.7’’/ 215 cm length, blocked
Notions: Tapestry needle
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