How to crochet a triangle motif
Each side of the triangle will measure the same and it’s important to keep an eye on the stitch count along each side so that it does not go out of shape. I always block and steam triangle motifs, which makes them much easier to join.
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Foundation ring: Using A, make 4ch and join in with a ss in first ch to form a ring.
Round 1 (RS): 5ch (counts as 1tr and 3ch), *[1tr in ring, 2ch] 5 times, join with a ss in 3rd of 5-ch at beg of round.
Fasten off A.
Cont in rounds with RS always facing you.
Round 2: Join B with a ss in top of any tr, *5ch, 3trtrCL in next 2-ch sp, 5ch, 1dc/rf around next tr from previous Round; rep from * 5 times more, join with a ss in same sp as joining st. Fasten off B.
Round 3: Join MC with a ss in top of any 3trtrCL from previous Round, 7ch (counts as 1dtr and 3ch), 1dtr in same st (corner), *3ch, 1trtr in next dc/rf, 3ch, 1dc in next 3trtrCL, 3ch, 1trtr in next dc/rf, 3ch, [1dtr, 3ch, 1dtr] (corner) in next 3trtrCL; rep from
* once more, 3ch, 1trtr in next dc/rf, 3ch, 1dc in next 3trtrCL, 3ch, 1trtr in next dc/rf, 3ch, join with a ss in 4th of first 7-ch.
Round 4: Ss in next 3-ch sp, 6ch, (counts as 1tr and 3ch), 2tr in same ch sp (corner), *[1tr in next st, 3tr in next ch sp] 4 times**, 1tr in next st, [2tr, 3ch, 2tr] in corner sp*; rep from * to * once more, then work from * to **, 1tr in same place as ss at end of
Round 3, 1tr in same sp as ss at beg of round, join with a ss in 3rd of first 6-ch. 21 tr on each side of triangle.
Round 5: Ss in next 3-ch sp, 6ch (counts as 1tr and 3ch), 2tr in same ch sp (corner), *1tr in each tr to next corner sp, [2tr, 3ch, 2tr] in corner sp; rep from * once more, 1tr in each tr to next corner, 1tr in same place as ss at end of Round 4, 1tr in same corner sp as ss at beg of round, join with a ss in third of first 6-ch. 25 tr on each side of triangle.
When you have made all the triangles for the blanket, first sew in all the ends, then block and steam each triangle on the wrong side before laying out the blanket design. The easiest way to join lots of triangles is first to join them in strips and then to sew the strips together to make a larger piece.
Lay out all the triangles on a flat surface, ensuring that you place the colours randomly, and then set them out in strips as in the diagram. Join the triangles together in strips using the overcast joining method, with right sides together. Label each strip in rows 1 to 9 (or up to the number you have in a row).