How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern

The best way to Knit the Triangle Sew Sample- a beginner-friendly sew that provides a contemporary contact to any piece!
The Triangle Sew Sample is a mix of knit and purl stitches. This sew is a good way so as to add curiosity to a chunk with out studying any fancy stitches! This sew can be excellent for blankets, pillows or scarves.

The Triangle Sew Sample is created by casting on multiples of 12 stitches. The sample consists of 12 rows with alternating knit and purl stitches.
Use single level needles and yarn that’s suitable for needle dimension.

(I used US dimension Eight needles and Premier Yarn Anti-Tablet Everday Worsted in Admiral Blue)

Forged on in multiples of 12.

Row 1 (Proper Aspect): * K6, P1, K5 *

Row 2 (Fallacious Aspect): * P4, K3, P5 *

Row 3: * K4, P5, K3 *

Row 4: * P2, K7, P3 *

Row 5: * K2, P9, K1 *

Row 6: * P12 *

Row 7: * P1, Ok11 *

Row 8: * K1, P9, K2 *

Row 9: * P3, K7, P2 *

Row 10: * K3, P5, K4 *

Row 11: * P5, K3, P4 *

Row 12: * P12 *

Utilizing straight needles, Forged On in Multiples of 12.
Row 1 (Proper Aspect): * K6, P1, K5 *

Row 2 (Fallacious Aspect): * P4, K3, P5 *

Row 3: * K4, P5, K3 *

Row 4: * P2, K7, P3 *

Row 5: * K2, P9, K1 *

Row 6: * P12 *

Row 7: * P1, Ok11 *

Row 8: * K1, P9, K2 *

Row 9: * P3, K7, P2 *

Row 10: * K3, P5, K4 *

Row 11: * P5, K3, P4 *

Row 12: * P12 *

The Triangle Knit Sew is a reversible sample, which signifies that each side look nice.

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