An account of the craftwork I get up to, tatting, spinning, knitting, sewing, whatever
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
I have heard of brioche stitch, but haven't knitted it before. It creates a fabric with an interesting honeycomb structure. It's easy enough, involves slipped stitches and yarn overs. I can give the instructions if anyone is interested. I think the reverse side of the fabric is good too:
I bought some cotton yarn today that should show the pattern up very well. I have a number of ideas in my head at the moment. I guess I must tackle them one by one.