Brioche For Breakfast by Anthony Casalena

Brioche For Breakfast

July 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
648 - 658 yards (593 - 602 m)
84” / 213cm wingspan along top edge
 - 17.5” / 45cm from CO to BO along center
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This is the Brioche For Breakfast Shawl….

If you are like me and a little afraid to knit brioche, this shawl is for you! I’ve designed this shawl for Brioche beginners – it’s the perfect piece to practice this beautiful stitch!

Get ready to get into it with a garter tab cast on, garter stitch wedges using short rows, with fabulous single color brioche sections and to finish this deliciousness with a i-cord bind off!
The Shawl is called Brioche For Breakfast Because this is my very first brioche knit design and breakfast is the first thing you eat to start the day. With that said this is my start into brioche! I hope you’ll all enjoy !

Be sure to take a look at The Leftovers Cowl that I also designed using the left over yarn from this shawl.

Both designed were knit using The Flying Kettle yarns in single ply merino/silk fingering weight!
Colorways include: Butternut, Dark Rinse, Ebb and Flow and Bloom Speckles.