Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern
Concurrent  |  Knitting Pattern

Concurrent | Knitting Pattern

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*** This listing this listing now includes "bonus" instructions for a worsted weight variation of this pattern. When you purchase this listing, you will now receive instructions for fingering, DK and worsted versions.***

Adding syncopation to this bold staghorn brioche pattern is an effective way to showcase the striking grace of the design. By shifting between brioche knit and brioche purl in the midst of each row, the result is a reversible wrap that showcases the colorful depth of the brioche stitch on both sides. This pattern was inspired by the beautiful palette created by Debbie Ogilby of Fisherman’s Rib yarns, which are available at https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/FishermansRib.

This pattern includes instructions for a fingering weight wrap and a DK weight cowl.

The fingering weight version of Concurrent switches color dominance in the middle of the wrap. This feature delights the eye as it is drawn to the horizontal and vertical movement within the piece.

Syncopation occurs in the DK version of Concurrent three quarters of the way through the row. Splitting the second staghorn repeat allows for the narrow band of color to accentuate the bolder stripe of the primary cable detail.

For the worsted weight variation, the shift in color occurs in the middle of the scarf/cowl.


Details for the Fingering Weight Wrap:
Yarn
(MC) 2 skeins of Fisherman’s Rib Etching Lush, 200 g, 800 m, Cotton Rag Paper
(CC) 2 skeins of Fisherman’s Rib Etching,
200 g, 730 m, Night Lights

Gauge Before Blocking:
One staghorn repeat - 1.5”L (3.8 cm) x 4”W (10 cm)

Finished Measurements After Blocking:
62” (157 cm) x 15” (38 cm)

Tools
US 4 (3.5mm) needles
US 6 (4.0 mm) DPNs for i-cord
Crochet hook Size F (3.75 mm)
Waste Yarn
1 marker and 1 progress keeper
Sewing needle
Blocking mat and pins



Details for the DK Weight Cowl:
Yarn
(MC) 2 skeins of Fisherman’s Rib MCN DK, 200 g, 414 m, Cotton Rag Paper
(CC) 2 skeins of Fisherman’s Rib MCN DK, 200 g, 414 m, Night Lights

Gauge
Before Blocking:
One staghorn repeat:
2.5”L (6.35 cm) x 5”W (12.7 cm)

Finished Measurements After Blocking:
52” (132 cm) x 12.5” (31.75 cm)

Tools
US 7 (4.5 mm) needles
US 9 (5.5 mm) DPNs for i-cord
Crochet hook Size I (5.5 mm)
Waste Yarn
1 marker and 1 progress keeper
Sewing needle
Blocking mat and pins



Details for the Worsted Weight Cowl/Scarf:
Yarn
(MC) 1 skeins of Manos Del Uruguay Maxima, 100 g, 219 yds/200 m
Pictured in Natural
(CC) 1 skeins of Manos Del Uruguay Maxima, 100 g, 219 yds/200 m
Pictured in Shocking Pink

Gauge
Before Blocking:
One staghorn repeat:
3.5” (9 cm) x 8” (20 cm)

Finished Measurements After Blocking:
55” (140 cm) x 8.5” (21.5 cm)

Tools:
US 10 (6 mm) needles
US 13 (9 mm) DPNs for i-cord
Crochet hook Size H (5 mm)
Waste Yarn
1 marker and 1 progress keeper
Sewing needle
Blocking mat and pins