Four colors, combined in Brioche and Garter stitch, form a Gingham or Buffalo plaid pattern.
Ginny can be knit as a large cowl that loops around the neck twice or as a classic scarf.

The cowl and scarf have the same construction: both are knit flat in two-color Brioche and Garter stitch. The cowl is created by seaming the short sides of the scarf (cast-on and bind-off edges) together after blocking.
A textural checkboard pattern is created by switching between Brioche and Garter stitch. Then, using colors, the checkerboard turns into a buffalo plaid/gingham pattern.

You can make a more traditional two-color Gingham version by using the same color for MC2, CC1, and CC2.

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