I’ve started working on a smallish project to use up some of my ever growing yarn stash. I had wool left over from my Northmavine Hap; enough to make something but not enough for anything substantial.
I found the Triangel pattern (Ravelry) – a small triangle shaped scarf. Gauge isn’t important and you can work as many rows as you like. Perfect for the 1.5 balls of cream Rowan Pure Wool 4 ply I have! Here’s how it’s looking.
I started my Triangel on Friday and have worked quite a few rows already. The pattern is fairly simple and now I’ve got into the swing of it I don’t need to refer to the chart very often. I’m trying my hardest to be better at counting stitches. I don’t know why I find this so much harder with knitting than with crochet.
P.S. I haven’t spent Triangle wrong, ‘Triangel’ is Swedish 🙂
That looks like a great pattern, I love geometric designs 🙂
This is such a simple but delightful pattern – and it comes out so well with this yarn colour. Lovely!
I like the simplicity too!
Oooh, it looks beautiful already. Adding that pattern to my Ravelry queue!
Very effective and a great colour will go with anything.
That’s the plan 🙂 I always make colourful things and find it hard to match them with anything!
That pattern is lovely, I’ve just downloaded it! It really suits the yarn too. Happy knitting!
Thank you 🙂
gorgeous! that pattern is really lovely, I have lots of odd wool hanging around, I’m gong to check out the pattern! x
I have too! Am tempted to try and make a stripy one with all my odds and ends.