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Introduction to Brioche: Two Color Brioche in the Round
Intro to Brioche: Two-Color Brioche in the Round Amy Snell the Devious Knitter joins us again to unlock the secrets of squishy, captivating brioche knitting! Working brioche in the round is easier than flat, and two colors are easier to keep track of than one. You’ll learn the magic of working this fun and fluffy stitch as you begin to work the Bri-Licious Cowl in class (you not finish the cowl during the class time, but will know everything you need to know in order to finish on your own with the self-paced course). This class is suitable for first-time brioche knitters and the pattern will be supplied in class. Students should know how to cast on, bind off, knit, purl, work in the round, YO and slip stitches. Materials:
- 2 skeins of Morehouse Merino 3-strand worsted (one in a dark color and one in a light color)
- 16″ circular needle one size smaller than you usually use for worsted weight yarn. If you’re not sure, try a US size 6.
Class is held in the Morehouse Merino Flock Online Learning Community. Not a member yet? Join today! www.MorehouseMerinoFlock.com When you join The Flock, we’ll help you take your knitting to the next level so that you can knit absolutely anything you put on your wish list. Together, these sessions would cost over $200 in person. When you join the Flock, your membership includes all of this for just $45 and it’s good for 30 days! Here are just some of the things you’ll get as a Flock member:
- Your own personal knitting instructor, across the internet
- A new project every month to learn and practice new techniques – at your own pace, with daily goals to follow (or come back to later)
- The instruction you need at your fingertips for the project you’re working on … without searching through a dozen YouTube videos
- Dedicated studio hours so that you can get one-on-one help with any project
- Virtual knit-ins so you can enjoy the company of other like-minded knitters
- The chance to learn how to fix a mistake without ripping it all out
- Help substituting yarn so you know it will work for your project before you even start
- The confidence and skills to knit anything you put on your wish list
- And most importantly, you’ll be taking care of yourself – because knitting is good for you: mind, body, and soul.