Brick and Mortar Scarf

                     
Handwoven scarf
                     

Brick & Mortar Scarf

A cozy, oversized scarf, woven from Mallo Cotton Slub Yarn

You can download an updated version of this pattern and purchase a kit here.

Designed for multi-shaft weavers by Mariah Gaar for Gist Yarn.

Need some help getting started? Check out Resources for Beginner and Intermediate Weavers. 

Warp for weaving
                     
warp for weaving
                     

Materials 

Warp & Weft:4 cones of Mallo Cotton Slub 

dressing the loom
                     
loom being dressed
                     

Project Notes

weaving the brick and mortar scarf
                     
weaving the brick and mortar scarf
                    

Weaving & Finishing 

Warp Color Order: Wind a warp in the following sequence for a total of 240 warp ends. 

  • Color A - 40 ends (4")
  • Color B - 20 ends (2")
  • Color C - 180 ends (18")

Weft Color Order:Begin and end the scarf with a few picks of plain weave and hemstitch. Follow the weft color order below. 

  • Color A - 4"
  • Color B - 2"
  • Color C - 61" 
  • Color B - 2"
  • Color A - 4" 

Threading Order: Repeat the pattern block of 12 ends a total of 20 times (see draft below). 

    Finishing: In loom your scarf should measure approximately 21" W x 73" L (with room for 6" of fringe on both ends). Wet finish in cold water with a mild detergent, roll up in a towel to absorb excess water and hang to dry. Trim fringe to 6" on each side. 

    handwoven brick and mortar scarf
        
    handwoven brick and mortar scarf
                         

    Variations 

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    handwoven scarf
                         

    About Mariah Gaar 

    "I have a background in Studio Art -- specifically in fibers and graphic design. In my own work, I aim to create access to heirloom quality textiles. I explore various natural fibers and color combinations to make something worthy of holding on to. I focus on the juxtaposition between art and function - and try to find the balance between the two. Weaving is my passion and I enjoy continuing to learn more about this medium every day."

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    Mariah Gaar