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Nancy Marchant first discovered the brioche stitch when she moved to the Netherlands in 1976. She became fascinated with brioche knitting and wrote about it in Vogue Knitting Magazine, as well as in a number of other knitting magazines. She maintains a Web site on the subject at www.briochestitch.com and teaches brioche knitting both locally and at large yarn shows.
Great book. If you're an advanced knitter, it is a great technique to learn. If you're just beginning, then it's a book to make you strive to become more advanced.Published 20 days ago by Strega
Interesting Stitch and easy to do. Neat, fun patterns too. And, if you need extra help, you tube has various videos on this stitch. Enjoy!!Published 28 days ago by Midnite Baker
A fantastic book! Had to own it after borrowing it from the library. Since then, at least one of every four projects I use incorporates brioche knitting in some way, and I am... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Josh carlson
Made it to the "bind off" section. There is ONE bindoff given. ONE. Italian bindoff. And the explanation does NOT match the pictures!! Read morePublished 2 months ago by rhikki wallace
Easy to follow patterns. Many designs to make your knitting different from everyone else.Published 3 months ago by Willie L Barbour
Great Book. Really well explained with lots of great photos.Published 4 months ago by collingwood collection