Last summer, I knit up BrioNancy by André de Castro with some yarn I picked up from PLY Away 2019, Blue Mule Fiber XtraFine, an amazing blend of 75% Merino 25% Silk in colorways Mae West and Doc Holliday. Here's BrioNancy, a stunningly beautiful brioche lace shawl, a tribute to Nancy Marchant, with these stitches … Continue reading BrioNancy
I combined my LYS Day purchase from Trish at Yarn Social with Lesley Anne Robinson’s newest pattern out for her third installment of Mastering Brioche with Knit Graffiti online class, a two-color version of her Prairie Lace Shawl. Great pattern with easy-to-memorize sections made it a quick brioche knit. My version used Yarn Social’s kit … Continue reading Prairie Lace Shawl
I just finished this lovely MKAL (“mystery knit-along”), Christmas Rose by Jana Huck of Janukke. It turned out beautifully. This was a great brioche shawl that anyone with some intermediate brioche experience can knit. My shawl used beautiful Malabrigo Arroyo (sport weight) in colorways Plomo, Lavanda and Talisman. I purchased these online from Eat. Sleep. … Continue reading Christmas Rose
I signed up for Part One (of four) of Lesley Anne Robinson’s Mastering Brioche with Knit Graffiti online web class. It’s a class for beginners, to those who want to refine their brioche skills. One of the projects in Part One was the BrioComfort Hat. I knit them with Hedgehog Fibres Merino DK in colorways … Continue reading BrioComfort Hats
If you're ready for the next level in brioche knitting, this is the pattern for you! Blooming Brioche KAL was designed by Xandy Peters, the genius behind the famous Fox Paws pattern. Her tweaks to some of the brioche stitches make for a fully-reversible finished item. Learning these special stitches was made easy due to … Continue reading Blooming Brioche KAL
I picked up some Madelinetosh Tosh Sock at The Knitting Nook in Owasso, Oklahoma last year and decided to finally cast on a wide brioche scarf for me to wear this winter. The colorways are Pop Rocks, Toko and Onyx. My project notes are here. The pattern is Coffee at the Grand by Lesley Anne … Continue reading Coffee at the Grand for Me
There's nothing like the satisfaction of completing a project for someone you love. I made a pair of brioche socks for my dear hubby for the upcoming cold feet season. The challenge was that I had to make two identical socks where I couldn't reverse the colors like I did for my previous two pairs … Continue reading Brioche Socks for Hubby
Look at me go! Because I'm an Eat Sleep Knit Yarnathon participant, I wanted to submit a project for the Q3 knit-a-long, Exclusively Exclusive, that required use of one of ESK's exclusive colorways. I happened to have some DK in Squoosh Fiberarts Ultra DK in Candyland Castle (the exclusive colorway), and Miami Vice. Again, I … Continue reading 2nd Pair of DK Brioche Socks!
I love Lesley Anne Robinson's brioche shawls! This one is Sizzle Pop. I knitted it up with Hedgehog Fibres Skinny Singles in colorways Salty Tales and Dragonfly. I decided to do an experiment and knit the Salty Tales (the silver color) on the wrong side and the Dragonfly (purple) on the right side. Typically, the … Continue reading Sizzle Pop
With Eat. Sleep. Knit.'s Summer of Socks knit-along prompting me, I decided to finally get off the fence and knit up a pair of socks. Since I don't like to knit the same thing twice, I decided on Lavanya Patricella's DK Toe Up Brioche Socks pattern for the brioche aspect and flipped the colors for … Continue reading My first socks!