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 realized I hadn't knitted a brioche scarf for my hubby (aka Boo), so I found a stitch pattern out of Nancy Marchant's book, Knitting Fresh Brioche, called Mr. Flood's Brioche Stitch. It was later converted to a scarf pattern, Cinnabar Brioche Scarf. This is a great pattern and the scarf worked up beautifully. I … Continue reading Brioche Scarf for my Boo
With some Madelinetosh Twist Light in Hi/Lo and Dirty Panther left over from the Provençal Shawl, I decided to start a small brioche scarf to work on between larger projects. Mrs. Zwaalie's Brioche Scarf is a free pattern by Nancy Marchant. It doesn't have any increases or decreases, so it's easier for a beginner to … Continue reading Mrs Zwaalie’s Brioche Scarf for me!