While she talked, she shared beautiful examples of 2-color Brioche.
Unfortunately, some of the designs were not available yet.
Crossing Over Hat from Vogue Knitting, Fall 2011.
I really love this one.
I'll have to wait until it gets published.
We then set about our work manipulating 2-color Brioche Stitches.
I''ll sum it up in a word: outstanding!
It was so much fun. In this part of the swatch, we twisting the stitches. It wasn't the same as a cable which would be performed the same way cables are done normally. There were many times when one of us would as her to look at our swatch to see if "this is what it is supposed to look like". Sometimes it did, sometimes it didn't. Then we would get back on track and keep knitting.
At this point we ran out of time. The last part of the swatch was to be a regular cable. I am totally inspired to work with this stitch. The class was awesome and I totally recommend it.
Geveldak Scarf, from her book. The pattern calls for Kauni yarn which I find scratchy. I have some mini mochi that I'm going to try.
This is an example of how great mohair works up with the Brioche stitch.
So many knitting options, and not enough hours in the day!