Pick your side by Agata A. Piasecka

Pick your side

Lace ?
22 stitches and 46 rows = 4 inches
in plain brioche sts are brks
US 0 - 2.0 mm
1400 - 3440 yards (1280 - 3146 m)
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Pick your side is a dress or pullover made in Polish brioche technique which means that one side of the dress is a perfect negative of the other and it can be worn both ways.
It’s made top-down without any sewing with no ease. Round yoke and borders with beautiful leaf pattern and slimming lines between two color on the front make it figure flattering even for bigger sizes.
This pattern is intended for experienced knitters. All kinds of used brioche stitches are described in the abbreviation table and shown in the films, but they may be difficult especially at the beginning. The pattern contains instruction written row-by-row and charts for yoke and borders.

See the photos for sizes details.


  • about 1400-3440 yards (1300-3150 m) in color A and 1400-3440 yards (1300-3150 m) in color B of Rohrspatz & Wollmeise Lace Garn (300 g/ 1575 meters (1722 yards)) or another yarn with similar gauge.
  • Two pairs of circular needles size about 2 mm (US size 0).
  • At least 8 different markers
  • Two pairs of additional needles or cables in similar sizes to put off sleeve sts.
  • Cable needle
  • Two pieces of contrasting yarn for provisional casting on
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors

(4”x4”) 10x10 cm square in plain brioche pattern is 18 brk and 46 rows (count every two stitch as one brk and every two rows in different colors as one)