Checkerhatch Dickey

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This very practical accessory was born while playing with vertical and horizontal lines. Due to the nature of brioche columns, vertical lines form and combine with horizontal lines constructed with stockinette stitch by alternating colors. These vertical and horizontal lines are placed in a checkered pattern at the center front of the accessory.

Checkerhatch is worked flat, starting from the bottom front body and working toward to the back. Colors alternate in each row. For the neck, stitches are bound off in front, then are cast on for the back.

A turtleneck is worked in the round with 2 color brioche stitch, picking up stitches along the neck hole. Brioche ribbing is worked on each edge and an I-cord edge is added for more polished look.

Weight: Fingering
Yarn: Core, 2 skeins

Designer: Yiğitcan / Pufido
Language: English
Craft: Knitting
Category: Neck

Dimensions: 12.5" / 32 cm width x 22.5" / 57 cm length from front edge to back edge 21 st panel of checkered pattern measures 3.5" / 9 cm and 16 rows of a rep of checkered pattern measures 1.6" / 4.2 cm with US 4 / 3.50 mm needles, blocked

Sizes: One size, adjustable

Needle: US 3 / 3.25 mm, US 4 / 3.5 mm

Notions: Tapestry needle, st markers as needed, a st holder

Gauge: 25 stitches and 38 rows = 4" / 10 cm square in Stockinette Stitch with US 4 / 3.50 mm needles, blocked

Skill Level: Intermediate





Checkerhatch is worked flat, starting from the bottom front body and working toward to the back. Colors alternate in each row. For the neck, stitches are bound off in front, then are cast on for the back. A turtleneck is worked in the round with 2 color brioche stitch, picking up stitches along the neck hole. Brioche ribbing is worked on each edge and an I-cord edge is added for more polished look.