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Beginner's Brioche - Ramble

This shawl is a wonderfully soft and warm, and has many different ways to wear it. It features a simple, yet interesting herringbone brioche, which is perfect as an introduction to brioche.

You’ll be learning:

  • Bias
  • Brioche knitting
  • Increasing and Decreasing Brioche

Materials Needed:

  • DK weight yarn in two contrasting colors, approx. 330 yds of each color
  • US #7 32" circular needles
  • Stitch markers
  • Darning Needle

Instructor: Ash Waynick
Instructor Bio: I taught myself to knit and crochet when I was a teenager, and taught at a local knit shop for years before life started moving me around. Lace quickly became my absolute favorite, and I can fix just about ANYTHING lace. However, there are only so many lace shawls I can make then never wear, so I became a jack of all stitch types. Crochet is fantastic for shaping and stuffies, and can handle the finer details of delicate jewelry, but knit has the best drape and such a variety of different techniques. One of my favorite aspects of teaching is learning how each person knits, and finding ways for improvement based on existing techniques.

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.