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Brioche First Steps With Eva Snitkin

Eva Snitkin introduces the popular knitting technique that will take your projects to the next level. If you've ever admired any of Stephen West's brioche knit projects and thought "I could never do that", this is the class for you! Eva will lead the class through the basics of brioche knitting with one or two colors all while creating a cowl to keep you warm.
Eva Snitkin will share her brioche expertise, as well as her gorgeous samples of what can be made with this popular technique.

In order to get everyone in full swing with the brioche technique, it's helpful to do a little homework before class.

With your chosen yarn, please cast on and join in the round. Please knit 2-3 rounds in K1, P1 rib. This will give you a nice foundation with which to start your brioche stitches.

Worsted Weight Yarn: Cast on 80 stitches on US8 24" circular needles.

Chunky Weight Yarn: Cast on 70 stitches on US11 24" circular needles.

Bulky Weight Yarn: Cast on 60 stitches on US15 circular needles.

Steven suggests you use a stretchy cast-on. The Mama Christa cast-on is especially good for this cowl. You can find the video tutorial here.

Requirements: Yarn Options and Suggestions: choose from one of three weights to work with. Choose colors with a strong contrast to better see your work. Please purchase yarn and needles before class. Medium: StevenBe/Three Irish Girls Binge Knit Worsted + US 8 24" circular needle. Chunky: Malabrigo Chunky + US 11 24" circular needle Bulky: Hedgehog Fibres Chubby + US 13 24" circular needle
Instructor: Eva Snitkin
Instructor Bio: Eva Snitkin

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