Triangulon, Hugger of Shawls

Triangulon, Hugger of Shawls


Ok! So this is what happens when I ask my husband what I should name a triangle scarf. His answer was of course ridiculous, but I felt like this convertible shawl deserved a name worthy of its size! Thus, Triangulon is born.

How long does it take?

The Adult size works up in roughly 2-3 hours dependant on your speed. You can definately create this beast in an evening.

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Supplies 

You will need 2 skeins of Size 6 Super Bulky yarn.

Recommended yarns: This pattern was written using Lionbrand Woolease Thick and Quick in Grey Marble.

Hook: 9mm

Gauge

Gauge for this project can be very useful as size 6 yarns can be very different in thickness dependent on the brand chosen.

4x4’ = 5 stitches by 4 rows of the following repeat;
1 row dc/rb, 1 row dc/rf.


You can grab this pattern over on my Ravelry here.

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Triangulon, Hugger of Shawls Triangulon, Hugger of Shawls Reviewed by Claire Rye-Koswener on November 16, 2019 Rating: 5

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