Budding Brioche Blooms by Jennifer Shiels Toland

Budding Brioche Blooms

March 2021
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch - worked in the flat
US 6 - 4.0 mm
820 yards (750 m)
One size - W: 160cm/62” X D: 60cm/24”
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Budding Broiche Blooms
Fancy a super light-weight, elegant shawl for those cool Spring nights ahead? Made from less than 1.5 skeins of yarn, dress up or down with the Budding Brioche Blooms shawl. It is the sister to Budding Brioche, its one colour brioche shawl relative!

This fun top-down triangular shaped shawl introduces a pop of contrast colour. The squishy garter is interspersed with strips of two colour brioche panels and ends with a deep flowering brioche scalloped edge. Budding Brioche Blooms is the perfect stepping-stone in increasing your brioche skills. And there’s lots of brioche video tutorials to guide you through.

This shawl is knit using the stunningly light and silky Meadow, from The Fibre Co. The result is a light, airy and elegant shawl, perfect for those spring and summer evenings.

Finished Wingspan at top edge: 160cm/62”
Finished depth (at deepest point): 60cm/24”
Measurements taken with relaxed fabric after blocking.

The Fibre Co. Meadow 100g (498m/545yds, 40% wool, 25% llama, 20% Silk, 15% linen). Sample knit in colourways:
MC: Bedstraw (light grey), CC: Alfalfa (blue/green)

1 Skein of each colour.
MC: 100g (498m/545yds)
CC: 42g (209m/ 229yds)

- Size 4mm / US 6 circular needle, 100cm / 40” length (or size needed to obtain gauge).
Stitch Markers (21 total, 1 removable unique)
Tapestry/Darning needle.

20 sts x 34 rows = 10cm x 10cm (4”x 4”) in garter stitch worked in the flat, after blocking.
Tip: Swatch in CC