This design evolved from beautiful, silky yarn (in lace weight) together with the idea to knit something with a bit more texture. After a few tries and errors, this led to a combination of brioche and lace stitches (eyelets). The finished scarf is is both elegant and squishy. Furthermore it has a reversible lace pattern that looks the same on both sides of the scarf.
This pattern pdf contains
- the complete written patterns to knit this scarf
- photo tutorials for the stitches and stitch combinations that are used in this pattern, i.e. yarn over between brioche stitches and how to knit it and a left-leaning decrease in brioche
To knit this pattern you need the following skills
- knitting brioche (in one color)
- a certain stamina while knitting - this is knitted in lace weight yarn and brioche, i.e. it grows extremely slow
As to the name, “Luftbläschen” is the German word for little air bubbles.