THIS IS NOT BRIOCHE! This design is created using stranded colorwork and simple increases/decreases.
Intermediate/Advanced - mostly because you are working stranded colorwork and creating increases and decreases at the same time
Fingering weight yarn
Sample uses Malabrigo, Sock in Persia (MC) and Ochre (CC).
Main Color (MC) - Approx 225-250 yds (205-230 m)
Contrast Color (CC) - Approx 200-225 yds (185-205m)
36 sts x 37 rows = 4” / 10 cm in pattern, blocked (this gauge is the most accurate)
32 sts x 40 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stocking stitch, blocked
US #2 / 2.75 mm or size needed to obtain gauge
1 stitch marker to indicate begining of round
Optional: 11 stitch markers to place between repeats
Approx 24” / 61 cm around x 11½” / 29 cm high.
Instruction on how to modify the circumference is included in the pattern
Pattern is fully charted and has complete written instructions.
Look before printing - you will not need to print every page.
CORONA - kuh-roh-nuh - yup, I named this one after a beer. :) One knit night I realized my beer and my knitting matched in color so it named itself.
The definition of corona is - a white or colored circle or set of concentric circles of light seen around a luminous body, especially around the sun or moon.
Great care has been taken to ensure this pattern is error free through editing and testing. If you find an error please contact me through pm or via email (eviescottdesigns at gmail dot com) and I will help sort things out.