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Honeycomb Brioche Scarf

We still can't get enough of the Honeycomb Scarf from Modern Daily Knitting's Brioche Field Guide - and apparently you can't either.

Tracy's shop sample got so much attention during this year's Yarn Crawl that we've set up a class for all of you who want to make one! We promise, you can do this project even if you have never knit brioche before,

If you bought yarn for this project during Crawl, you're all set. If not, we have 5 sets of the appropriate yarn available right now (as of 4/3/23) and there is more on the way (we'll set up another class once it's arrived).

The repetitive nature of this project makes it great for take-along knitting once you have the pattern down. The shifting colors throughout will have you saying "one more row" more times than you can count.

We're running this class a little differently than others:
Meeting #1
- get cast on and started on the honeycomb brioche pattern
- learn the tips and tricks you'll need to be successful with your project
Meeting #2
- bring what you've knit over the course of the week
- get all your questions answered about "how this or that happened", "why it looks like this", "what do I do if...."

Then go forth and finish your scarf in your own time! It's a 6 foot scarf, it's going to take a while, but the colors will compel you to keep going.

You'll learn:
- honeycomb brioche, knit flat
- brioche knit and brioche purl
- techniques for keeping your project straight

You'll need:
- a copy of MDK Brioche Field Guide (available at the shop) or a copy of the Honeycomb Scarf pattern (available individually on Ravelry)
- 2 contrasting colors of frabjous fibers Blossoms in fingering weight
- US size 6 needle (24" circular)
- removable stitch marker/progress keeper
- darning needle (for weaving in end when you're done)

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Must know how to knit, purl, cast on, bind off, and yarn over.
Instructor: Tracy
Instructor Bio: Tracy's been at Yarns in the Farms for over eight years now - how time flies. Her aunt taught her to knit when she was a teenager and she really only started making sweaters about 5 years ago. Her annual Christmas hat tradition just keeps growing, which means she should really start knitting them in July but still hasn't learned her lesson. Half her handknits can be found residing at the shop at any given time and someday her unfinished WIP bin will be empty (maybe?).
Price includes class instruction

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.