Briochangle shawl

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Briochangle shawl brioche knitting pattern by Katrine Birkenwasser

Briochangle shawl is a triangle-shaped shawl. Two color brioche stripes give you plenty of time to get used to brioche knitting before the more complicated decorative edging. Use high contrast in colors for a more visible pattern or less contrast for a subtle effect. I used The Uncommon Thread Uncommon Everyday for the pink-gray version and Rowan Fine Art for the mint-purple one.

Briochangle shawl knitting pattern by Katrine Birkenwasser

Full-size shawl takes more than two 100 g hanks of yarn, but you can leave out one repetition of the pattern in order to make it with two hanks. Instructions for this are given. Of course, if you knit tight like I do, two skeins are enough for the full size shawl. Finished measurements (full size): Length 150 cm (59’’), width 59 cm (31’’).

Briochangle shawl brioche knitting pattern by Katrine Birkenwasser

Briochangle shawl brioche knitting pattern by Katrine Birkenwasser

Yarn: Rowan Fine Art colorways Hare and Stoat, total 196 g
Needles: 4 mm

Briochangle shawl brioche knitting pattern by Katrine Birkenwasser

Briochangle shawl brioche knitting pattern by Katrine Birkenwasser

Yarn: The Uncommon Thread Uncommon Everyday in colorways Nimbostratus and Spumoni, 200 g
Needles: 4 mm

Briochangle shawl brioche knitting pattern by Katrine Birkenwasser


Briochangle shawl brioche knitting pattern by Katrine Birkenwasser

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  1. I really like it! Can you (can I) knit it without the stripeses? How much yarn do I need to keep for the edging? Can I assume I can reach your gauge without issues? OH THE QUESTIONS, THE QUESTIONS.

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    1. Thank you! We have ANSWERS to your questions: you can knit it the way you like, with or without stripes. You need about 40-50 % of total yardage for the edging. And you can't assume anything, but I usually need about 0.5 mm bigger needles to get recommended gauge.

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  2. This shawl is so lovely! Looks very stylish to wear and engaging to knit! I also love its name!

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    1. Thank you so much Alina! Glad you like it :)

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