Textured Triangle

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Snuggle down in a warm woolen triangle of botanical lace. Juneberry can be worked in DK-weight Arbor to yield a wingspan of 44½” or in worsted weight Shelter for a 61″ shawl. The knitting begins with a provisional cast-on of a few stitches at the center top; increases at the center spine and edges form the triangle shape. In the traditional Shetland style, a wide knitted-on edging unites with the live stitches at the perimeter for an elastic and seamless finish. Juneberry is worked from charted instructions, some of which require lace maneuvers on both sides of the work. If you prefer not to work bobbles, simply replace them with a single stockinette stitch.


  • Approximately 455 (525) yards of DK- (worsted-) weight wool yarn


Please note: the stitch patterns in this garment are charted only.

  • 18 stitches & 26 rows = 4″ in Lace Pattern from Chart B in DK-weight yarn, after blocking
  • 15 stitches & 20 rows to 4″ in Lace Pattern from Chart B in worsted-weight yarn, after blocking
  • One 32” circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge listed
  • Suggested needle size: US 7 (9) [4.5 (5.5)mm]
Finished dimensions
  • DK Version: 44½” [113 cm] wingspan, 21” [53.5cm] height at center back, blocked
  • Worsted weight version: 61” [155 cm] wingspan, 30” [76 cm] height at center back, blocked
  • Sport-Weight Medium (Worsted-Weight Large) Version

Tutorials for all special techniques listed below are included in the pattern: 

  • Provisional Cast On: Crochet Chain Method
  • Cabled Cast On
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