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Bluegrass Shawl

• Choosing colors 

• Icord Cast on 

• Tie off ends and fringe 

• Basics of brioche 

• Brioche Increase 

• Brioche Decrease (English and Continental)

We are thrilled to introduce our latest creation: the mesmerizing Bluegrass Shawl! This luxurious stashbuster is designed to bring warmth and style to your wardrobe, while showcasing your artistic flair. With layers of lush brioche stitches and a dazzling color palette, you'll delight in the enchanting knitting experience that awaits.

 

Knitting on the bias creates a chill, low-stitch-count experience, allowing the bold colors to truly steal the show. Unleash your inner artist! 🎨 🧶 Our sample showcases a stunning mix of Hedgehog Fibres Sock Minis in an array of vibrant, variegated colorways. Dive into your stash, mix and match your favorite shades, and create a one-of-a-kind, plush, reversible fabric for your personalized Bluegrass Shawl.

 

No need to worry about weaving in ends – the charming fringe takes care of that! Plus, our pattern comes with a handy guide for selecting yarns and transitioning between colors, empowering you to craft a unique fabric that rocks your woolly world, using your most treasured sock yarns, scraps, and mini skeins. Of course, we encourage you to knit your style, so feel free to opt for more subdued, solid, or fewer colors if you prefer. Check out the gallery for plenty of knitspo!  

 

New to Brioche? Fear not! We've designed this pattern with adventurous beginners in mind: the stitch pattern remains consistent throughout the shawl, and there's only one type of increase and decrease to master.

 

Dive into your stash, let your creativity flow and immerse yourself in the soothing, captivating experience of knitting your very own Bluegrass Shawl. Our sample shines with a stunning mix of Hedgehog Fibres Sock Minis in an array of vibrant, variegated colorways. Dive into your stash, mix and match your favorite shades, and create a one-of-a-kind, plush, reversible fabric that is uniquely yours. 

 

Please note that due to the low contrast in some highly variegated yarns, brioche beginners may find it helpful to use stronger contrasting colors for easier "reading" of brioche stitches.

Choosing Colors

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