One-Pass Brioche


In this tutorial you will see 3 ways of one-pass brioche knitting.

First method (at 0:13 in the video) is to knit simultaneously with both color yarns so that you have to knit 2 rows instead of 4 in usual brioche

Second method (at 8:22 in the video) is to knit with one color at a time in rows 1 and 2 and then one pass brioche knitting in rows 3 & 4 combined. But when you knit again row 1 in main color, you have to slip the extra stitches, that come above the purl stitch.

Third method (at 14:48 in the video) is to knit with one color at a time in rows 1 and 2 and then one pass brioche knitting in rows 3 & 4 combined. But since the brioche knit stitch will not have a full usual yarn over, it will create a different effect.

Finally (at 20:28 in the video), I demonstrate the differences between these 3 methods on a sample including all 3 ways of one-pass brioche knitting.

Yarn: 

1st Method:
1) Marriner Metro color Caspian
2) Marriner Double Knit

2nd Method:
1) Alize Lanagold Fine
2) Alize Lanagold

3rd Method:
1) Marriner Double Knit
2) Red Heart Detroit

Needles:

2.75mm - US 2 Chiaogoo 4” interchangeable needles with 14” cable

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