Brioche Shawl

Brioche is a method of knitting, usually done with at least two colours, to create a stunning and warm ribbed fabric. 

Join Correna for three fun filled 2 hour classes as she teaches you how to “brioche” while you knit Andrea Mowry’s beautiful “Briochealicious” shawl. The pattern is available for purchase HERE or copy and paste the url from the “Stuff You Need” section into your browser. Students will need 4 contrasting colours of fingering weight yarn in the following yardages:

Main Colour – 232 grams/790 yards

CC1 – 26 grams/90 yards

CC2 – 33 grams/115 yards

CC3 – 50 grams/175 yards

 

Please note, a minimum of 3 students is required for the class to proceed. 

Stuff You Need

  • 3.5 mm (US 4) 32 inch circular needle
  • 4 contrasting colours of fingering weight yarn Main Colour - 232 grams/790 yards CC1 - 26 grams/90 yards CC2 - 33 grams/115 yards CC3 - 50 grams/175 yards
  • Briochealicious Pattern https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/briochealicious
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle

Session Info

Instructor: Correna
Dates: Saturday, Feb. 22, 29, Mar. 7, 2020 2:45 - 4:45 pm

  • Cost $60
  • Sessions 3
  • Length 2 Hours

Intermediate Knitting

Ability to knit a variety of stitches, such as basic cables and lace, simple intarsia, use double-pointed needles and knitting in the round needle techniques, mid-level shaping and finishing.