MANUIA Shawl, S11033 Clue 3
Now that we can all work the single-color brioche pattern, we will increase the difficulty level by one step. In part 3, we will learn how to work a two-color brioche pattern. Along the way, there is another new stitch that we will need to learn: the brioche purl stitch (brp). We also need to think differently about working in rows. Instead of always working one RS, one WS, one RS and one WS row as we have up to now, we will first always work two RS rows and then two WS rows, first in one color and then in the other, respectively.
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