What is a yoke in knitting?
The seamless yoke style is the simplest top-down sweater to knit in the round. Stitches are cast on for the neck circumference, then increased evenly spaced in four intervals to the widest circumference at the armhole depth. During the yoke, there is no definition between the front(s), back, and sleeves.
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What does a knit stitch look like on needle?
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Is Brioche knitting stretchy?
Brioche is a soft, stretchy, unique knit fabric. Even if you skip the colorwork and create something monochrome, the fabric is still something to be sought after. Just make sure your edges remain stretchy; for that, using a long tail cast-on is a must.
Is English rib the same as brioche?
English rib (sometimes referred to as Brioche) is a knitting technique where you occasionally use double stitches to achieve a clear and visible striped pattern in your work – similar to a rib edge. The technique gives a fuller, thicker result that is great for working scarves, blankets and jumpers.
Why is it called brioche knitting?
Brioche knitting may have originated in the Middle East. However, the term “brioche” seems to have derived from French slang for “mistake”. The name might be a reference to the brioche dinner roll, which is formed of two pieces, one stacked atop the other.
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