Brioche is an awesome stitch technique which creates a dense, squishy fabric. This technique can be intimidating sometimes, even if you have learned it in the past, which makes it the perfect subject matter to learn in a group setting with a knowledgeable teacher.
In Harlow Hat, brioche is used to create a multi-colored "ribbing" throughout the hat. Since Harlow is a hat, it is a reasonable sized project which shouldn't be intimidating. Yet since it is on smaller needles, you will get plenty of practice to perfect this stitch pattern. If you have knit a few hats and are ready to learn more or you are an advanced knitter who has never tried brioche or you fall somewhere in between, this class is for you.
When: Fridays, January 10th & 17th from 6-8PM
- Must be comfortable knitting and purling
- Must have previously made a hat
- Must be comfortable on DPNs or Flexi-Flips
- Basic Brioche Stitch
- How to decrease in Brioche Stitch
- Please purchase materials before class
- 1 skein of Malabrigo Sock
- 1 skein of Brooklyn Tweed Peerie
- US 2 16"
- US 3 16"
- US 3 DPNs or Flexi-Flips
- Harlow Pattern (Hard copy with Ravelry code available for purchase in store)
Pattern: Harlow Hat by Andrea Mowry (Hard copy with Ravelry code available for purchase in store)
Please note that all sales are final for classes, workshops, K2TOGs, and lectures. No exchanges or refunds can be made.