This infinity scarf features a pattern of flowing brioche lines over a garter background.
If you know how to knit brioche, this is a fun and easy project (this can be a first brioche project), because all the increases and decreases needed for “moving” the brioche lines are made in the garter sections of the scarf.
The brioche lines are “syncopated” meaning that in the first one MC shows its knit side, while in the second line it shows its purl side. Obviously, when you turn the scarf inside out the look is perfectly mirrored.
You can easily obtain an elegant stole working 3 or 4 repeats instead of just two and working a longer piece.
The result is hypnotic, fluid, and perfectly reversible.