Sometimes You Just Need a Triangle

Sometimes you just need a simple Triangle.

Think of all the possibilities!  Cushions, blankets, bunting.  Or you may have a flat chested doll that needs a bikini!

I whipped up this little Triangle as part of a much larger design I have been working on for AGES!  I wanted a Triangle with specific angles to it, as it had to fit in a specific spot.

Triangle

By Auburncraft

USA Terms

Sc- Single Crochet

Ch- Chain

Dec- Single Crochet two together

Sc3tog- Single Crochet three together.

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5mm Hook

Dk Yarn

Measurements  Using Dk Yarn.

Triangle Measurements 5”/12.7cm x 5”/12.7cm

triangle collage measure

Use stitch markers to keep track of decrease rows.

Ch25.

Row 1. Sc into 4th ch from hook.  Sc in each ch across. Turn (23)

Row 2. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 19 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (21)

Row 3. And every alternate Row from here. Ch1. Sc in each st across. Turn.

Row 4. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 17 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (19)

Row 6. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 15 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (17)

Row 8. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 13 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (15)

Row 10. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 11 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (13)

Row 12. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 9 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (11)

Row 14. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 7 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (9)

Row 16. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 5 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (7)

Row 18. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 3 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (5)

Row 20. Sc Dec. Work 1 sc in next 1 st’s. Sc Dec. Turn (3)

Row 22. Sc3tog. Fasten off and cut yarn.

Sew in ends.

Block Triangles so they sit flat.  This will make them easier to join.

The main picture is a little teaser of what I am making from these.  It is going to be

FAB-U-LOUS!!!!!

 

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