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Blooming Crochet Flowers – Free Crochet Pattern – Annie Design Crochet

Blooming Crochet Flowers – Free Crochet Pattern – Annie Design Crochet

Blooming Crochet Flowers – Free Crochet Pattern – Annie Design Crochet

To take off for the top of a hat in two-tone brioche knitting, the simplest decrease is worked over three rounds and is referred to as br-ssk (brioche panties, panties, knit).

To perform the reduction, you must learn the following abbreviations:

wyif - with yarn in front

sl 2 yo - pull the next two stitches one after the other and then wrap the thread backwards like a normal threadover. You have two missed stitches, which are accompanied by a wrap.

To reduce the two-color brioche in the round:

Round 1: Work up to 2 sts before the stitch you want to reduce working in brioche (you can put a marker on this stitch if that helps). Knit the next st twice. Br-k the next M (the marked M). You will have two of the same color M. side by side. Work until the end of work in Brioche.

2nd round: Knit up to two equal colored M in brioche next to each other. Wyif, sl 2 years. Work until the end of work in Brioche.

Round 3: Work with Brioche up to the two stitches. Br-k the two stitches together with their wrapping. Work until the end of work in Brioche.

To knit a two-tone brioche stitch scarf, you'll need to use a two-ended needle as you'll need to push your work from one end of the needle to the other to repeat the row with the other color. Either two double-pointed needles or a circular needle work, although two DPNs (double-pointed needles) are simpler because there is no cable in the way of what you do.

Practice on the following pattern. Note that you apply an odd number of stitches and edit each edge stitch as an edge stitch so that the edges are straight. Again we call LC "bright color" and DC "dark color".

Two-tone brioche knitting - flat:

Using both held DPNs (this makes the throw more slack) and with DC, CO an odd number of stitches (eg 13 stitches). Remove a DPN. Turn.

DC adjustment series: with DC (p1, yf sl1yo) to the last M, end p1.

Do not turn work. Slide the sts to the other end of the needle.

LC device series: sl 1, with LC (br-k1, yf sl1yo) to the last st, sl 1, wyif. Turn.

Row 1: with DC, k1, (yf sl1yo, br-k1) up to the last 2 M, yf sl1yo, k1. Do not turn. Slide the sts to the other end of the needle.

Line 2: sl 1, with LC (br-p1, yf sl1yo) until the last M, sl 1 wyib. Turn. Line 3: with DC, p1 (yf sl1yo, br-p1) to the last M, end p1.

Do not turn. Slide the sts to the other end of the needle.

Line 4: sl 1, with LC (br-k1, yf sl1yo) until the last st, s 1 wyif. Turn.

Repeat rows 1 to 4 until ready to bind. With DC, BO with a tensile bonding.

Now you can make a beautiful two-tone reversible brioche scarf. Try this with different types of twine and yarn combinations - thin yarn on larger needles provides a light, ethereal effect.