Video Knitting Course: Brioche Knitting
Brioche knitting is complicated. One-color, two-color, decreasing... and all those weird abbreviations!
Luckily, it is well within your abilities to knit Brioche, flat and in-the-round, with ease. By following along with the videos and exercises in this course, you'll be amazed at what you create.
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Free Pattern: Feather-Light Two-Color Brioche Scarf for Men
Brioche stitch can be heavy and dense. In this scarf pattern, laceweight yarn is held double, creating a light-as-a-feather brioche scarf for not very much money.
Practice your two-color flat brioche knitting with this simple and attractive brioche scarf for men. Finished product man-tested and approved.
Free Patterns: Scarves
Free Pattern: Surfer’s Delight Easy Basic Brioche HatThis basic Brioche hat is great for learning two-color brioche in the round. It features a no-roll brim that uses the Chinese Waitress Cast-On. The hat is reversible with perfect overlapping decreases at the crown.
Free Patterns: Hats
Brioche Knitting AbbreviationsBr-ssk – Brioche slip, slip, knit: Slip 1 st knitwise, slip next st knitwise. One of these sts will have a wrap. Slip the stitch along with its wrap. Knit slipped sts together.
Brk – Brioche knit: Knit the stitch together with its wrap
Brp – Brioche purl: Purl the stitch together with its wrap
DC – Dark color
LC – Light color
Sl1 wyib – Slip one with yarn in back
Wyib – With yarn in back
Wyif – With yarn in front
Yfsl1yo – Yarn forward, slip 1, yarnover: Move yarn to front, slip next st, bring yarn over needle to back, making a yarnover. The yarnover will pass over the slipped stitch and sit next to it like a cape.
See full list of official brioche abbreviations on BriocheStitch.com
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Testimonial: Very Well Presented
Very well presented video about Brioche knitting. Good job and thanks for teaching.
– Nancy Marchant, author of Knitting Brioche
Testimonial: OUT-STANDING! !
I love, Love, LOVE your Brioche course. I feel like it has already paid for itself with just the little tips alone that you have passed along so far. Not once have I had a problem seeing or understanding what you were doing or explaining. And it began in such an understandable and methodical way. Everything keeps building on what was previously covered… And the videos are OUT-STANDING! !
– Chuck D., Chesapeake, VA
Testimonial: Worth Its Weight in Gold
This Brioche Knitting eBook is worth its weight in gold (okay, being an ebook, it doesn't actually weigh anything, so I guess you could say the book is priceless).
Everything you need to work a basic brioche project is covered, from cast-on to weaving in ends on a finished project. The videos are clear and well-done, and the written instructions are easy to follow and concise. (If you've seen any of Liat's other ebooks, you know what I'm talking about. If you haven't, you're in for a treat.)
– Brian M., Salt Lake City
Testimonial: Tremendously Helpful, Covers Everything
Your Brioche Knitting Course… covers all the things I need to know about knitting the Brioche Stitch. The course is well thought out and the layout progressive. The videos are tremendously helpful as well as the written instructions. There is nothing I would add or change in the course.
– George R.