Two-Tone Brioche by Ann Budd
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Two-Tone Brioche

August 2013
Lace ?
26 stitches and 60 rows = 4 inches
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1500 yards (1372 m)
9" (23 cm) wide and 26" (66 cm) long, before joining ends

Beginning with a provisional cast-on, Ann Budd combined rust
and burgundy laceweight yarn in a two-color brioche pattern to
create a rectangle. She then twisted one of the needles and used a three-needle bind-off to join the two ends together. The resulting mobius strip has neither a “right” nor “wrong” side, though one face is predominantly rust and the other is predominantly burgundy. A row of single crochet finishes the twisted edge while hiding any misshaped stitches. Knitted with larger-than-normal needles, this lofty cowl is featherlight.