A beautiful batch of Twisters

Hello!

I was admiring some more Brioche Twister finished objects and I am so pleased with them, I wanted to share!

drbean's Brioche Twister by Renée Callahan

I love the colour combo in drbean’s Brioche Time!

DebBramham's Brioche Twister pattern by Renée Callahan

DebBramham’s Brioche Twister is a lovely version in Blacker Yarn’s Tamar.

charlielaver's Brioche Twister pattern by Renée Callahan

charlielaver’s first attempt at Brioche has turned out beautifully!

I couldn’t be more pleased to see such a lot of gorgeous brioche stitching going on! You too can get the Brioche Twister pattern for free as a thank you for signing up to my newsletter.

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Thank you so much to everyone who has signed up already! I really appreciate it and I can’t tell you how satisfying it is to see the Twisters, both finished and in the works.

Happy knitting,

Rx

#MakerMay

Hello!

Are you a joiner? As in; do you love to join in the fun? I admit that I am not. I aspire to be, but inevitably end up watching from the sidelines. Part of the problem is that I never find out about these things until they are well underway, or (more usually) over and done with. But Sunday, I happened to see a #MakerMay post on Instagram and threw caution to the wind.

 

MakerMay on Instagram

The idea is simple enough- post a photo per day related to the prompt. I have managed the first one, and hope I will manage the rest! Would you like to play along? All kinds of making welcome:) Hope to see you there!

Coming up:

Just to mention, I am teaching Brioche Basics and Next Steps in Brioche at A Yarn Story in Bath this Saturday and there is still a place left. Please do join us if you fancy spending some time this Saturday learning something new and hanging out with awesome knitters!

If you can’t make it to the class, but still would like a little brioche in your life, the Brioche Twister scarf is still a free gift for signing up to the EastLondonKnit newsletter.

Brioche Twister knitting pattern by Renée Callahan

Happy knitting,

R.