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Explorations in Brioche Knitting taught by Nancy Marchant

Bring luscious texture and stunning, reversible patterns to your knitting. Nancy Marchant, the Queen of Brioche, shows how to master this European stitch.

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight DK (8 ply)
Sizing Women
Style Traditional, Classic, Romantic
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What needles did you use? US 7 / 4.5 mm / UK 7

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What materials did you use? Rowan Felted Tweed, colorways 146 (herb) and 162 (clover).

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What are you most proud of? My perseverance and the pleasure of finishing a beautiful piece.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be patient! Enlarged charts were key for me and much easier in keeping up with pattern progress. The charts also helped tremendously in actually "getting it" where brioche is concerned.

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And this is a beauty as well.

05/03/2013 Flag

Thanks, again. You can't know how hard it was to frog about half the scarf because I found a mistake at the beginning of the second repeat. I had to do it though, because it's such a nice pattern. On another note, why do you recommend only wools or wool blends? Is it the inelasticity of cotton, bamboo, and silk?

05/04/2013 Flag

Very nice work. Do these class is difficult for advanced knitters????

02/25/2014 Flag

I found Nancy Marchant's explanations to be the key for me, as well as the ability to go back and repeat parts of the lesson whenever I wished. You just can't rush the learning process for brioche. It's really quite methodical and quite logical once you wrap your brain around the ways in which it's different. I encourage you to give it a try...just know that it takes practice, and for me at least, a quick "refresher" course going back through my class notes when I do a brioche project. The result, however, is absolutely worth the trouble. Good luck!

02/28/2014 Flag

Oh, and thank you very much for your kind words about my scarf!

02/28/2014 Flag