Sankaku

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Sankaku

7.00

Accessories (Scarf and Hat)

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A mosaic stitch pattern paired with a thin tape yarn makes a clean modern fabric.  The light goes through the stitches, and the tape yarn creates great texture with the mosaic pattern. 

This cowl is simple and fun to make. A mosaic pattern is easier to work than it looks. You use only knit stitches and slipped stitches to create the color work on the mosaic pattern.  The rest of the cowl is worked in stockinette, and there is no seaming.

“Sankaku” means “triangle” in Japanese. “San” means “three”, “Kaku” means “corner”.

Skill Level  Intermediate

Finished Size  

43" bottom measurement (flat) – see pattern notes.

27" - 32" top circumference

13 ¾" long

DanDoh Yarn  

Cotton Fine (100% cotton, 435 yds/50g)

1 skein each col A (Karashi -lighter color) and

col B (Bordeaux –darker color)