Autumn Come mingles the last days of summer with thoughts of cold evenings to come. A moebius cast on joins forces with brioche to create a uniquely intriguing mirrored abstract leaf and branch pattern. Adventurous knitters will delight in the stitch interest created by combining these techniques. Use bright colors to hold fast to the last vestiges of summer or deep tones to welcome Autumn with your stitches.
Skills & Construction: moebius, brioche, brioche shaping stitches. As any adventurous knitter knows, each pattern is conquered one stitch at a time. Autumn Come is no different! Traditionally speaking, this would fall in the advanced skill category. Test knitters who had not used either technique before proudly accomplished this pattern! With determination, patience, and concentration you too can impress your friends with your finished Autumn Come.
The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written and charted. Accompanying brioche stitch tutorials for the increases and decreases used are available on the Knit Eco Chic blog.
Available exclusively as part of the
24”/ 61cm around (internal circumference) by 8.5”/ 22cm tall
The Unique Sheep’s Organic Cotton Petite DK, shown in half of two colorways:
Smooches (MC) skein info: hand dyed 100% organic cotton DK; 265yds/ 242m per 100g/ 3.53oz
Spring Grass, a 6-skein gradient set (CC), total gradient set info: hand dyed 100% organic cotton DK; 265yds/ 242m per 100g/ 3.53oz
Sample weighs 85g/ 3.00oz
US 4/ 3.5mm circular needles
16 Stitch markers, with one unique to mark start of rnd
20 sts and 22 rows over 4”/ 10cm in 2-color Brioche Stockinette stitch. Note: exact gauge is not critical to this design. Gauge variations may impact final size and yardage requirements.
• Chart It: a screen view chart is offered at the end of this pattern. Deselect that page if printing.
• Watch It: check out the Knit Eco Chic Stitch in Focus Brioche vlogs for increase & decrease tutorials. • Psalm 104