This is a great scrap yarn project. I had a lot of cotton yarn lying around, with all different colors and from all different brands.
Every triangle has a different amount of rows, due to the different sizes of cotton yarn. Some even have double threat, but they all turned out the same size. I made them all about 20cm, or 7,5inch long.
This is what you’ll need:
- Cotton yarn, any cotton yarn will do
- Crochet hook that matches the yarn you are using
- ch = chain stitch or stitches
- sl st = slip stitch
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- st = stitch or stitches
ch41dc in fourth ch from hookch3turn, 1dc in same spot, 2dc in top of ch (so now you have 4dc on top of 2dc, counting every ch3 as a dc)Again; ch3, turn and 1dc in same spot1dc in the next 2st and 2dc in top of turning chch3, turn, 1dc in same spot, 1dc in next 4st, 2dc in top of turning chKeep increasing on both sides like this and stop till you have reached the preferred size. I used a magic knot every time I changed colorLast step is sc around, with 3sc in each corner. and every row counts as 3sc. End with closing with sl st and weave in end
I made 22 triangles to have enough to cross my entire living room. To attach all of them I started with ch130, then I added every triangle with sl st, between every triangle I did ch10. I ended with ch130 and then I crocheted back with sc in each ch and sl st in every st of every triangle
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