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Tri, Tri, Tri Again Shawl
Est. Yards600 - 900
Payment Notes: You will receive a copy of the final pattern once it is published.
Yarn RequirementsDK weight - fiber of your choice - 726 yds is the maximum needed
Sizes AvailableOne size Finished Measurements Width (A): 53 in/135 cm Length (B): 78 in/198 cm Depth (C): 26.5 in/67 cm
Skills RequiredLongtail Cast-on Working from a Recipe
I have always enjoyed triangles. The fascination started in Geometry and was followed by right square triangles in quilting. The triangle shape has been a staple in my shawl design, but this time I wanted to add more. How do I create three triangles within a triangle shawl? The challenge was to keep it simple. Here’s how it comes together...
The first asymmetric triangle forms naturally as you knit. Triangles two and three are created as triangle two expands across the row. The simpler stitch patterns give you variety as the triangles form.
- Knit & purl, cast on & bind off
- Increases: yarn over, knit front and back
- Simple lace: yarn over, knit 2 together
- Working flat on circular needles