Sunday 22nd Mar 2020: 10am - 1pm
Welcome to the wonderful world of Brioche Stitch! Brioche creates a satisfying lofty, widely ribbed, double-sided fabric which is chunky and squishy, especially when worked with the right yarns.
People often find it intimidating, especially reading the patterns, but the amazing Renée Callahan of EastLondonKnit will breakdown the process for you and show you everything you need to know!
- Brioche stitch terminology
- How to read your brioche stitch
- Troubleshooting your brioche knitting
- How to work 2-colour brioche rib stitch
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 these Brioche 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.
3 hours, starting 10am sharp. Please arrive 10 mins before class time.
You should know basic knit stitches including knit, purl and rib.
You will need 50g of DK-weight yarn, 1 light colour, 1 dark colour and 4mm circular needles
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.
Classes take place upstairs with access via a spiral staircase.
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.'