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Two Colour Brioche Bind-Off

I use this bind-off for all my brioche patterns!

Use a needle at least two sizes bigger than the one you used to get gauge to keep the bind off loose. If you’re still having trouble keeping the bind off loose, I like to work the stitches first, then slip them back to the left hand needle and pass the stitches over afterwards.

A brk stitch worked in white yarn.
1. With front colour, brk the first stitch.
The white yarn has been laid over the first stitch on the left hand needle and is held in place
2. Lay front colour yarn over the left hand needle and pick up back colour.
A brp stitch worked in pink yarn.
3. Brp the next stitch and yarn over.
The second stitch on the right hand needle (in white) has been passed over the first stitch (in pink) and off the needle
4. Pass the second stitch on the right hand needle over the first.
A brk stitch worked in white yarn.
5. With front colour, brk the next stitch.
A close up of the bind off in progress. A pink stitch has been lifted over the white stitch and off the needle
6. Pass the second stitch on the right hand needle over the first.
A close up on the completed two colour brioche bind-off with alternating "v"s of pink and white
The completed bind-off.
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