Stratum Shawl

Here's a lovely new brioche shawl pattern by Leela Frankcombe, Stratum shawl. I test knit this interesting shawl pattern for Leela with Machete Shoppe Simple Sock in colorways Lovedrunk and Winter Wonderland, purchased from Yarn Social in Kansas City, Missouri. The cord-looking elements near the edge of the shawl, made with Leela's welt stitch, were … Continue reading Stratum Shawl

Canyon Sunset test knit for KnitGraffiti

I always love knitting up Lesley Anne Robinson's brioche patterns! They are so well-written and fun to knit! This latest test knit is Canyon Sunset. I used Hedgehog Fibres Sock in colors Salty Tales, Sorry not Sorry and Vengeance. This shawl worked up fairly quickly and I am very pleased with the results! My project … Continue reading Canyon Sunset test knit for KnitGraffiti

Advancing Lines brioche scarves

I love brioche and these scarves show how lovely brioche looks in both 100% wool and 100% acrylic. The pattern is Advancing Lines by Lavanya Patricella. The wool version was knit up in Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage in colorways Begonia Leaf and Rocky Mountain High, Colorado. My project notes for this scarf are here. The acrylic … Continue reading Advancing Lines brioche scarves

7th Avenue test knit for KnitGraffiti

I love Lesley Anne Robinson's brioche patterns and this one was no exception. It's 7th Avenue by KnitGraffiti. This scarf worked up very quickly and, like all of Lesley's patterns, was well-written. I used super bulky Madelinetosh A.S.A.P. in Holi Festival, French Toast and Venus in Blue Jeans and Lana Grossa Silkhair in 052 Cream. … Continue reading 7th Avenue test knit for KnitGraffiti