with Lesley Anne Robinson
Online Class

Modern Brioche Lace

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Overview

Showcase your two-color brioche knitting skills as you create a gorgeous lace shawl! Whether you’re a picker or a thrower, fiber artist Lesley Anne Robinson has you covered. Discover how to work the most popular brioche increases and decreases in both the English and Continental styles so you’re never left guessing. Using Lesley’s exclusive pattern, gain the skills you need to take on this advanced style for beautifully intricate creations.

Details

  • advanced
  • 6 episodes
  • 2h21m

Included in this Class

1. Understanding Brioche Lace
13m

1. Understanding Brioche Lace

Meet Lesley and start by learning the differences among brioche lace, standard lace and standard brioche. Lesley also helps you choose the most effective color combos and reviews important brioche facts to remember before you get started.

2. Brioche Lace Basics: English Style
33m

2. Brioche Lace Basics: English Style

Are you a "thrower"? Work through Lesley's favorite cast-on and set up for brioche in the English style, carrying the yarn in your right hand. She shows you step by step how to work all five increases and decreases included in the class pattern.

3. Brioche Lace Basics: Continental Style
29m

3. Brioche Lace Basics: Continental Style

If you're a "picker," preferring to carry the yarn in your left hand, learn Lesley's favorite cast-on, then set up for brioche in the Continental style. See step by step how to work all five increases and decreases included in the class pattern with this method.

1. Understanding Brioche Lace

1. Understanding Brioche Lace

2. Brioche Lace Basics: English Style

2. Brioche Lace Basics: English Style

3. Brioche Lace Basics: Continental Style

3. Brioche Lace Basics: Continental Style

4. Provençal Shawl: Part 1

4. Provençal Shawl: Part 1

5. Provençal Shawl: Part 2

5. Provençal Shawl: Part 2

6. Finishing & Fixing Mistakes

6. Finishing & Fixing Mistakes