Despite the long name, two-colour syncopated brioche is not as hard as you might think! This pattern contains only basic brioche stitches, two types of brioche increases and three types of brioche decreases, all of which are explained in the notes.
Starting from a few stitches, the shawl increases along one edge to form a triangle shape. The pattern is written using two full skeins of fingering weight yarn in contrasting colours (approximately 400m of each colour), however the size is easily adaptable to your gauge and amount of yarn. 3.5mm (US4) needles are recommended.
Stitch abbreviations and chart symbols are based on those developed by Nancy Marchant.
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