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Finishing and Fixing Brioche with Lesley Anne Robinson of Knit Graffiti Designs
Gain confidence with your brioche knitting by learning how to fix mistakes, pick up dropped stitches, place lifelines, and add those finishing touches to your brioche projects! Feel free to bring any of your brioche projects you might want to fix or finish, or you can sit back and treat this as a lecture!
Knowledge of brioche knitting in any form.Homework: Bring in a brioche project or swatch, preferably with mistakes or unfinished.
- tapestry needle for weaving ends
- crochet hook for picking up dropped stitches
- locking stitch markers
- 20” length (or longer depending on project) of smooth yarn for adding lifelines
About Lesley Anne Robinson
I am Lesley Anne Robinson, the knitting pattern designer behind Knit Graffiti Designs. I love to create knitting patterns that focus on modern style with a flair for something different. After graduating from the College for Creative Studies (located in Detroit, Michigan) with a degree in Interior Design and a minor in Fiber Design in 2006, I moved to New York City! I spent several years there working as a commercial Interior Designer for Spin Design. I started knitting in college, but in 2015 I began self- publishing my own knitting designs, and I love everything about this incredible community!
Brioche knitting is my passion. I fell in love with the technique and just haven’t gotten sick of it yet. I love to teach others how to knit those beautiful brioche stitches, and spend my days swatching out new brioche stitch patterns.