Knitting Fresh Brioche: Creating Two-Color Twists & Turns
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Renowned knitting expert Nancy Marchant takes brioche to a new level, working the stitch in two colors and forming undulating textures with increases and decreases. She explains everything in this groundbreaking collection, from holding the yarn and casting on to creating the fabric and reading two-color charts. The stitch library features 75 patterns, with an additional 12 in shawl and scarf projects.
|Dimensions||216 × 254 mm|
Born in Indiana, Nancy Marchant first encountered brioche when she moved to the Netherlands in 1976. She has written articles about and designed knitwear featuring brioche stitch for Vogue Knitting and many other knitting magazines.