by Jared Flood
“A unique cable pattern brings eye-catching texture to your accessory collection! The oversized honeycomb fabric of this scarf is interwoven with columns of textural tuck stitches throughout for a rhythmic, undulating pattern that reminds me of wind patterns over desert sands or basaltic columns on a seaside cliff.”
– Jared Flood
"The stitch pattern is simpler to work than it appears, employing cable crosses only once every 14 rows; the remaining 2-row repeat is worked for all other rows. The scarf begins and ends with a ribbed edging worked on a smaller needle; the cabled textures flow unbroken from the ribbing, and a corded selvedge is worked along either edge of the scarf throughout for a polished, professional finish. Even the WS of the fabric has a unique patterned appearance that makes this scarf feel special regardless of which side is facing out. Worked in a springy DK- weight yarn, the fabric has deep texture and amazing squish, perfect for snuggling up in when venturing outdoors to meet the elements." — designer, Jared Flood
Photographed with Roil Hat by Jared Flood.
Designer: Jared Flood
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Portland, Oregon | Founder + Creative Director, Brooklyn Tweed
Jared Flood is an American knitwear designer, photographer, and founder of the design house and yarn manufacturer Brooklyn Tweed. His design work draws inspiration from art history, architectural and interior design, urban street fashion, and regional hand-knitting traditions from around the world. Growing up in a home filled with sewn, quilted, knitted and crocheted textiles instilled an enduring passion for natural fibers and hand-making that continues to inform his creative journey. An avid gardener and cook, Jared lives in Portland, Oregon with his husband, two French bulldogs and many, many houseplants.