Briochehugeness Showl by Raina K

Briochehugeness Showl

by Raina K
Knitting
March 2019
both are used in this pattern
Sport (12 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
in 18 x 22
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
689 - 722 yards (630 - 660 m)
one size
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Briochehugeness Showl (shawl and cowl = showl) is an overwhelmingly elegant design, full of texture, which calls you to wrap yourself in an endless hug. I simply love this pattern - everything about it, really. It’s the perfect garment to protect against the Northern wind.

Briochehugeness Showl is easy and fun, and the results are stunningly eye-catching with an extra warm design. Set off your favorite colorful or variagated yarn on one side with contrasting backround color on the other side. The result is like two different showls because the fabric is completely reversible (Shown inside out).

Briochehugeness Showl is an enjoyable accessory that combines the shape of a triangular shawl with a casual cowl, which is worked in one piece. It is worked back and forth on the bias, from the back neck corner to the 3 step bind off edge, then blocked and seamed. The easy brioche leafy pattern adds interest and makes knitting this a fun experience. Throughout the pattern you repeat just one motif and the only tricky thing is to follow where to work the decreases or increases to grow or reduce your showl.

YARN: Tukuwool Sock (Sport weight)
50grams/1.76 ounces - 160 meters/175 yards, 80% Wool and 20% Manufactured Fibers (Nylon/Polyamide)

YARN CONSUMPTION:
MC yarn: 1.7 skeins (80gr/2.82 ounces –(324m/354yds) Tukuwool Sock colorway Valo.
CC yarn: 1.7 skeins (80gr/2.82 ounces - 324m/354yds) Tukuwool Sock colorway Sake.
Or use any other sport weight yarn.
Patterned showl weighs approx. 60grams/2.17ounces Note that if you use different weight yarn or different needle size, the yardage, weight and dimensions of your showl may differ from mine.

NEEDLES: 3.00mm/US 2 ½, 100cm (40“) circular needle, or size needed to get right gauge.

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate brioche. Two - color brioche.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:
Circumference: 66 cm / 26”
Depth at center front: 60 cm / 24“
Depth at back neck: 24 cm / 9.5“

OTHER TOOLS: Tapestry needle; scissors; row counter (recommended); waste yarn in two colors or other marking tools (I used petrol and orange yarn); blocking tools

GAUGE: 18 sts x 22 rows = 4“ 10cm in two-color brioche stitch
Needle sizes are recommendations only. Always use the needle size necessary to achieve given gauge (to save your time). (My personal knitting tension is tight).

TECHNIQUES USED: Brioching back and forth, brioche decreases/increases (brLsl dec, brRsl dec, brkyobrk, br4st inc, brk1, brp1, sl1yo).

Colorway 2, Aran Yarn: Novita 7 Veljestä (75% Wool
25% Manufactured Fibers - Nylon / Polyamide),
150grams/5.29ounces – 300meters/328yards
MC yarn: approx. 0.8 skein (240m/265yds), colorway Orange (023)
CC yarn: approx 0.8 skein (240m/265yds) colorway Grey (069)

The pattern includes written and charted instructions, tips and links to video tutorials and photographs. It has been totally tested and tech edited.
This pattern is ideal for an adventurous beginner.

Special thanks to my wonderful test knitters! Without you, this pattern isn’t here.

And Tech edited by Tabatha Thomas Studio

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