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Sun 25th Nov: Brioche Next Steps with Renée Callahan

  • Sunday 25th November 2018: 2pm - 5pm

    Take your brioche knitting to the next level!

    In this very popular workshop, lead by the amazing Renée Callahan of EastLondonKnit you will learn:

    • How to read a brioche stitch chart
    • Casting on and off, as well as edge treatments for 2-colour brioche stitch
    • Working increases and decreases


    10% off Renée Callahan Classes if you book into more than one Renée class.  Enter discount code "MORE-RENEE" at checkout!

    Also, you're probably going to want one of theseBrioche Bracelets once you're a brioche-addict. If there's a particular colour and size that you'd like us to reserve for you, please pre-order as early as possible.

  • Class Duration:
    3 hours, starting 2pm sharp. Please arrive 10 mins before class time.

    Prior Experience:
    Students should be confident 2-colour brioche rib knitters. 

    Class Materials: 
    Please bring a swatch of 2 colour brioche with you.
    You will also need 50g of DK-weight yarn (1 light colour and 1 dark colour), and 4mm circular needles.

    Other:
    We are sorry but we cannot offer refunds on classes if you are unable to attend for whatever reason, unless we are able to refill your spot.
  • About Renée, aka EastLondonKnit:


    After studying fashion design with knitwear at Central Saint Martins college, I began to hoard yarn and a range of knitting machines. I love textiles and technical challenge of knitting. There is real joy in producing something both useful and beautiful.

    I am constantly creating new patterns and combinations of texture and colour and spend as much time as I can hand knitting. I love to see new knitters taking to the needles and teach a range of knitting classes.

    I have a podcast and have taught a Craftsy.com class on machine knitting.

    'Renée Callahan is a knitwear designer and knitting teacher who loves slow fashion and believes in making and sharing beautiful, useful things.'

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