Knitting Fresh Brioche: Creating Two-color Twists & Turns by Nancy MarchantKnitting Fresh Brioche: Creating Two-color Twists & Turns by Nancy Marchant

Knitting Fresh Brioche: Creating Two-color Twists & Turns

byNancy Marchant

Paperback | December 2, 2014

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World-renowned brioche knitting expert Nancy Marchant takes this versatile European stitch—which creates a luxurious, reversible ribbed fabric—to a new level! In her groundbreaking collection, Marchant works brioche in two colors, forming graceful, undulating textures with increases and decreases. She explains everything from how to hold the yarn and cast on (offering multiple options) to creating the basic fabric and reading two-color charts. The stitch library presents 75 all-new patterns, and there are an additional 12 in luscious shawl and scarf projects.
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, and is also the author of the bestselling Knitting Brioche (North Light). She maintains a website at bri...
Title:Knitting Fresh Brioche: Creating Two-color Twists & TurnsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 10 × 8.5 × 0.68 inPublished:December 2, 2014Publisher:Sixth&Spring BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1936096773

ISBN - 13:9781936096770

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful projects! This book has such beautiful multicolour projects! I am motivated to do it.
Date published: 2017-12-07

Editorial Reviews

"Throughout the book, Marchant does a wonderful job of breaking two-color brioche into its component parts, reducing its complexity and making it accessible. . . . Marchant is widely recognized as the expert on brioche stitch, and her continued explorations of such knitting will appeal to experienced knitters looking for the next big trend." —Library Journal