Scraptastic Triangle


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  • This is a PDF knitting pattern.

    This playful project is ideal for using your leftover bits of yarn. Knit with a DK weight gauge using one strand of DK weight yarn or two strands of fingering weight held together. Experiment with novelty textures and fuzzy fibres. The fabric is knit flat as a square and then folded and joined into a triangle for a plush reversible fabric. The large size is big enough to wrap around your neck with a generous wingspan. The small size can tie around your neck for a bandana/kerchief style.

    You will receive two PDF’s, one PDF for each size, when you purchase this pattern. Download the Large Size PDF to make the big version or download the Small Size PDF for the cute bandana/kerchief size. Both sizes are included with this fun textured pattern!

    All rights reserved. Pattern for personal use only.

  • Finished Measurements
    Small - 38” / 97cm wingspan, 19” / 48cm wide along the center triangle tip. Shown in blue/black & white/gold

    Large - 90” / 229cm wingspan, 30” / 76cm wide along the center triangle tip. Shown in greens/pinks/grays

    DK Weight or fingering weight held double

    Approximately 350g total for the small size, 850g required for the large size.

    Each textured section uses a small amount of yarn. Use single skeins mixed with leftover bits to compose your colorful fabric.

    40” US 8 / 5mm circular
    Spare needle of the same size
    Small size shown on US 7 / 4.5mm needles for a denser fabric.

    Tapestry needle

    16 sts & 32 rows = 4” / 10cm in garter stitch

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  • Hedgehog Fibres Sock, Skinny Singles, & Kidsilk Mohair.
    Woolfolk Luft, Tov, Qing Fibre Melted Baby Alpaca, and a variety of other textures.

    Try mixing textured yarns and fuzzy fibres like mohair and alpaca to bring your project to the next level.