Leaves

If you were looking for a simple brioche stitch leaf motif pattern, maybe this is it :)
Cast-on a multiple of 32 + 3 (symmetry) + 2 (edge)
Row 1: k1, *sl1yo, k1; rep from *, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 2, 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, 30: sl1 wyif, *brp1, sl1yo; rep from *, brp1, sl1 wyif
Row 3, 7, 11, 15, 19, 23, 27, 31: k1, *sl1yo, brp1; rep from *, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32: sl1 wyib *brk1, sl1yo; rep from *, brk1, sl1 wyib
Row 5: k1, *[sl1yo, brk1] 5 times, sl1yo, brRsl, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brkyobrk, [sl1yo, brk1] 7 times; rep from *, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 9: k1, *[sl1yo, brk1] 4 times, sl1yo, brRsl, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brkyobrk, [sl1yo, brk1] 8 times; rep from *, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 13: k1, *[sl1yo, brk1] 3 times, sl1yo, brRsl, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brkyobrk, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brkyobrk, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brLsl, [sl1yo, brk1] 4 times; rep from *, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 17: k1, *[sl1yo, brk1] 2 times, sl1yo, brRsl, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brkyobrk, [sl1yo, brk1] 3 times, sl1yo, brkyobrk, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brLsl, [sl1yo, brk1] 3 times; rep from *, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 21: k1, *sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brRsl, [sl1yo, brk1] 5 times, sl1yo, brkyobrk, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brkyobrk, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brLsl, [sl1yo, brk1] 2 times; rep from *, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Row 25: k1, *[sl1yo, brk1] 11 times, sl1yo, brkyobrk, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, brLsl, sl1yo, brk1; rep from *, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, sl1 wyif Row 29: k1, *[sl1yo, brk1] 8 times, sl1yo, brkyobrk, [sl1yo, brk1] 5 times, sl1yo, brLsl; rep from *, sl1yo, brk1, sl1yo, sl1 wyif
Repeat only rows 5 - 32  until you reach the desired length

Abbreviations:
k - knit
brk - brioche knit
brp - brioche purl
sl1yo - slip 1 with yarn over needle
sl1 wyib - slip 1 purlwise with yarn in back
sl1 wyif - slip 1 purlwise with yarn in front
brkyobrk - brioche knit, yarn over, brioche knit (that in the next row will be knitted as sl1yo, p1, sl1yo)
brLsl - brioche left slant decrease
brRsl - brioche right slant decrease

If you need a video + audio explanation:
Or, if only "visual" is enough for you, here's the chart:

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