How simply gorgeous is this black ribbed scarf seen on French model Marie Piovesan? So luscious looking, and the epitome of French elegance. You could knit your own by just casting on and working in 1×1 rib for as long as you like, but to get that extra squishy cushiness, brioche would be the way to go, and Stephen West has a free pattern that’s just the thing: Ferocious Briocheous it’s called. It’s written with color changes and seamed into a mobius cowl, but you could knit all in black and seam or not. For the luxe look of Marie’s scarf, try knitting it with Purl Soho’s Line Weight in Soft Black or Fibre Company’s Canopy Fingering in Obsidian.
See Vanessa’s original post for more pics of the scarf, the coat and the incredible hair.
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Street style photo © Vanessa Jackman; used with permission
Hey Karen, Your link for Stephen’s scarf needs fixin’ :-)
Ack! Fixed — thanks for the alert!
Oh how I love the coat!
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