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This cozy cowl is made in the fluffy brioche stitch, a slipped-stitch technique that adds texture and depth to fabric. I like to teach my students to learn brioche by working two colors, in the round, as I think that’s the easiest way to learn this type of knitting.
Many of them work this pattern as their first foray into brioche. If this is yours, I hope you enjoy your brioche adventures!

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Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Techniques: Brioche Knit (BRK), Brioche Purl (BRP)
Yarn: Worsted weight yarn, 200 yards in each of two highly contrasting colors. (400 yards total)
Needles: US size 6 (4mm) 16” circular needles, or size to obtain gauge. Brioche knitting is often knit with a needle one size smaller than you would use to knit the same yarn in stockinette
Notions: Stitch marker, tapestry needle, scissors
Gauge: 17 stitches and 19 rows to 4”/10 cm in brioche stitch
Size/Finished Measurements: One size, to fit most adults. 22” (56 cm) circumference, 7.5” (19 cm) tall. Adaptations are given in the pattern to increase the height or make an infinity scarf.
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