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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
Sizing Unisex
Style Funky
KatherineBG on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Classic Elite Fresco (60% wool, 30% baby alpaca, 10% angora) in Corn Silk and Fern

KatherineBG on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I understand the concept, at least!

KatherineBG on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Make a one-color scarf first so you really grasp the stitch before tackling the two-color work. I'm cutting my losses on this swatch and starting over. I see what mistakes I made and I'm hoping fresh yarn will result in tidier stitches. I ripped this thing back so many times that the yarn is just not happy anymore. Thought about changing the colors, too, but I guess I'll stick with these. The yarn is expensive and I already wound the skeins.

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it actually resembles real life leaves....cool choice of colors! I like that!

02/02/2013 Flag

Thanks!

02/02/2013 Flag

This is so impressive! Love it!

02/08/2013 Flag

Thanks, Kim!

02/09/2013 Flag

Wow - that's beautiful!!! I want to do this!

04/18/2013 Flag

Thanks! You should take Nancy's class. Easy to follow and the results are gratifying.

04/20/2013 Flag

I also joined that class but am having a 'moment' when I actual start the scarf...cannot get it at all. I signed up for a 1.5 hr class locally to see if the teacher there can tell me where I am going wrong.....It is something silly I know! I love your colours, I got my yarn today (finally - we lost the key to the mailbox and had to wait for hubby to return from a trip with the other key)I bought the pewter and nickel colours like Nancy had so I am really inspired to perfect the stitch. Thank you for sharing your project!

08/09/2013 Flag

Thanks! Good luck! I hope you can figure out where you're getting stuck. I used the 30-second repeat a lot at first, just watching the same stitches over and over. It's tricky to get into the rhythm of the yarnovers. I found it was a lot easier knitting continental and purling English on the two-color scarf.

08/09/2013 Flag

Wow! I love it.

12/19/2014 Flag