Briochealicious by Andrea Mowry

Briochealicious

Knitting
July 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 56 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1170 yards (1070 m)
One Size (see notes for measurements)
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This crescent shawl is briochealicious! A great beginner project for brioche newbies! Two color brioche stripes are separated by squishy, relaxing garter stitch! The shawls generous length is perfect for a multitude of styling options.

New to the fabulous Brioche Stitch?? This fun (and addicting) stitch will open up a whole new world to your knitting life! Feeling a little intimidated?? Don’t worry - there is a wealth of resources out there! Especially the brioche queen herself - Nancy Marchant! I took her Craftsy class on Brioche and I cannot recommend it enough! Her website is also a great resource to get you started!!

Briochealicious is available in both English & French! A huge thanks to Marie-Line André for translating!

Yarn: Fingering weight - MC: 232 grams/790 yd/725m; CC1: 26 grams/90yd/83m; CC2: 33 grams/115 yd/105m; CC3: 50 grams/175 yd/160m

Suggested Yarn: Madeline Tosh Sock - MC: 2 skeins Antler; CC1: 1 skein Glazed Pecan; CC2: 1 skein Venetian; CC3: 1 skein Cousteau

Needles: Size US 4/3.5mm (32in/80cm-40in/100cm circular recommended)

Notions: tapestry needle, scissors

Gauge (measured over garter stitch): 22 sts and 56 rows = 4 in/10 cm

Finished Measurements: Wingspan - 83 in/211 cm, Center depth - 17.5 in/44.5 cm

Techniques to indulge in: 2-color brioche, crescent shawl shaping, garter stitch, super elastic bind off