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Testing "Dimensione" brioche shawl

This amazing pattern features a specialty brioche stitch. Easy to execute and so rewarding !

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Testing "Dimensione" brioche shawl

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Jun 01, 2021, 7:00 PM MDT – Jun 15, 2021, 11:00 PM MDT

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About the Event

Start: June 21,2021

Deadline: July 5, 2021

Upon signing up, I will email you with testers checklist. If all items are agreeable, we can proceed. Pattern copy will be sent via email. 

All participants will have to follow me @Instagram and will be invited to a group chat. This will be the main mode of communication.


I was playing with colour, and brioche knitting. That’s what happened! Ooops I made a shawl, hahaha.

I came up with that stitch just fiddling around. Happy accident no doubt.

Geometric shapes have always been my jam. There is calmness in the repetition, and a soothing vibe. Visual feeling of “floating” with this brioche 3-dimensional stitch is super funky and I hope innovative. Hope you like it too, so fun to knit. Easy too.

Colour possibilities are endless. I would recommend choosing a lighter and darker shade of the same colour, or a very contrasting colour combination for best results.


One size. Triangular shape.

Finished Measurements: 20inx20inx10in (51cmx51cmx26cm)


15 sts/17 rows knitted in brioche repeat as instructed, knitted flat, in 4 in/10cm square. Blocked. Using size 6 US (4MM) needles.

Gauge is not crucial for knitting this project. It’s a shawl, if it turns out a bit smaller or larger is not a huge concern. Saving you from pesky swatching. However, it may affect amount of yarn used.


Sport super wash merino 100% 1 skein=284 yards (260m)

Any sport, DK yarn will work.

Colours/Amounts needed:

2 skeins of contrasting colours, total 568 y (520m) (with approx.20 m left over of each colour for making of tassel)

Main colour MC: Dark Blue

Contrast colour CC: Light blue


·  Size 6 US (4mm) needles, preferably circulars with a longer cord,

·  2 stitch markers to denote the border,

·  Darning needle,

·  Blocking materials.

Skills required:

·  Brioche knitting, beginner brioche friendly pattern,

·  Knit, purls, slipping stitches,

·  Reading lace chart recommended, but lace pattern is both charted and written out,

·  Long tail cast on,

·  Picot bind off.

Notes about construction:

Knitted from one end with increases along right-side edge. Knitted flat, ending with a lace repeat. Optional tassel added at the skinny end of shawl. Blocking aggressively is crucial in finishing of this pattern.

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