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Brioche knit hats

About

Learn to knit brioche, such a popular technique in knitting these days. Brioche stitch creates a lush, cushy reversible fabric.

In the class, you will start by being introduced to the brioche knit and purl stitches using one colour, learn the terminology and acronyms and then move on to the basics of two colour brioche.

Participants need to be confident knitters and able to follow patterns.

Please bring 2 balls of contrasting shades of smooth DK (or aran weight) wool based yarns, together with a set of corresponding circular or double pointed needles.

Lots of coffee, tea and home made cake will be provided!

The workshop will by led by Suzanne Strachan, yarn and knitting expert and talented knitwear designer.

"fantastic course, very well taught, superb refreshments – will certainly be signing up for other courses"

"Really enjoyable – thank you"

"friendly and fun, as well as instructive"

Guide Prices

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Adult£40.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Map & Directions

Introduction to Brioche Knitting

Type:Arts & Crafts Event

Stepping On Out, 7 The Causeway, Teddington, London, TW11 0HA

Tel: 07394 820824

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