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How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern

January 6, 2020

How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern- a beginner-friendly stitch that adds a modern touch to any piece!

How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern

The Triangle Stitch Pattern is a combination of knit and purl stitches. This stitch is a great way to add interest to a piece without learning any fancy stitches! This stitch would be ideal for blankets, pillows or scarves. 

The Triangle Stitch Pattern is created by casting on multiples of 12 stitches. The pattern consists of 12 rows with alternating knit and purl stitches. 

How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern

Use single point needles and yarn that is compatible for needle size. 

(I used US size 8 needles and Premier Yarn Anti-Pill Everday Worsted in Admiral Blue)

Cast on in multiples of 12. 

Row 1 (Right Side): * K6, P1, K5 *

Row 2 (Wrong Side): * P4, K3, P5 *

Row 3: * K4, P5, K3 *

Row 4: * P2, K7, P3 *

Row 5: * K2, P9, K1 *

Row 6: * P12 *

Row 7: * P1, K11 *

Row 8: * K1, P9, K2 *

Row 9: * P3, K7, P2 *

Row 10: * K3, P5, K4 *

Row 11: * P5, K3, P4 *

Row 12: * P12 *

How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern

How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern

Instructions

Using straight needles, Cast On in Multiples of 12.

Row 1 (Right Side): * K6, P1, K5 *

Row 2 (Wrong Side): * P4, K3, P5 *

Row 3: * K4, P5, K3 *

Row 4: * P2, K7, P3 *

Row 5: * K2, P9, K1 *

Row 6: * P12 *

Row 7: * P1, K11 *

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 Stitch is a reversible pattern, which means that both sides look great. The two pictures below show the front and back sides. 

How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern

Front

How to Knit the Triangle Stitch Pattern

Back

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