A triangle of triangles; equilateral triangles to be exact! The ancient Greek mathematician Euclid was the first person to describe triangles, they appear on the very first page of his treatise Elements – he states:
Of trilateral figures, an isopleuron (equilateral) triange is that which has its three sides equal.
Euclid, Elements, 1.def.20
Using only simple stitches, the shawl has a textured, reversible and graduated design that is perfect for showing off hand-dyed and gradient yarns.
Sample shown in Bilum Hand Dyed Yarns ‘Sipsip’ (100% Merino Wool), in a Green-Pink gradient colourway.
440 yds / 400 m fingering weight / 4 ply yarn
3.5 mm / US4 Needles
Stitch markers (4)
Blocking pins / wires
20 sts x 32 rows = 4 “ / 10 cm in pattern, worked flat, after blocking
One Size: 49 x 20.5 “ / 125 x 52 cm.