## How do you knit a triangle pattern?

KFB triangle pattern

- Cast on 3 stitches.
- Row 1: K1, KFB, K1 (4 stitches).
- Row 2: K1, purl to last stitch, K1.
- Row 3: K1, KFB, knit to last 2 stitches, KFB, K1 (6 stitches).
- Repeat Rows 2-3 until you’ve reached the desired height of your triangle.

## How long should a triangle scarf be?

Triangle scarves should be (at least) 50″ across. “I go off the general principle that a good triangle scarf size is at the minimum approximately 50” across. However, I like my scarves to be large enough that when I have it around my neck the ends are far enough forward to help keep the scarf in place without issues.

**How much yarn is needed for a triangle scarf?**

Yardage

LENGTH FROM CENTER-BACK NECKLINE TO TIP OF TRIANGLE | ||
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YARN TYPE | 36 – 40” full-length shawl | 18” neckerchief |

Lace weight | 1250 – 1525 yards (1150 – 1400 m) | 300 yards (275 m) |

Fingering weight | 1000 – 1250 yards (925 – 1150 m) | 250 yards (225 m) |

Sport / DK weight | 900 – 1100 yards (825 – 1000 m) | 225 yards (200 m) |

**How many stitches do you need for a triangular shawl?**

three

A triangle shawl that starts at the bottom point begins by casting on a few stitches (just three is enough, but you could certainly cast on more if you like), knitting each row, and working increases along both edges. When the triangle shape is as deep as you want, just bind off.

### How do you make a rectangle triangle scarf?

The Neckerchief. Step 1: Halve the scarf twice, so that it’s a rectangle. Step 2: Fold the square diagonally for a triangular shape. Step 3: Take the two ends located on the longest side of the triangle and tie it around your neck.