Free pattern: YUKIKO Triangular Shawl

YUKIKO Triangular Shawl AYM Kokedama #11 Pink

This is the perfect project for beginners, who want to try their hands on triangular shawls!

The shawl is worked completely in garter stitch, so that you can pay fully attention to the decreases and increases. Due to the big needle size of 8 mm / US 11, the shawl is a quick knit and the fluffy yarn Accessory Yarn MASAKI KOKEDAMA is a pleasure to work with. The chunky texture and the slim silhouette make the shawl a fashionable, but casual showpiece.

3 skeins are enough to snuggle down in a big shawl. 11 great colors, 5 heathered, to chose from.


YUKIKO Triangular Shawl

Length approx. 256 cm / 100 ¾″, Height approx. 40 cm / 15 ¾″

3x Accessory Yarn MASAKI Kokedama (30% Wool, 30% Polyacrylic, 25% Alpaca, 15% Nylon; 40 gm / 112 m – 122 yds), shade #11 Pink or #42 Green

ITO 8 mm / US 11 circular needle

11 sts and 16 rows = 10 cm / 4″

Place a marker in the 1st stitch of every row, where you work a decrease / increase. Then you can track easily when it is time for the next decrease / increase.


Cast on 1 st.
Row 1: kfbf (3 sts)
K 3 rows.
Next row (inc row): kfb, k to end of row (4 sts)
Repeat last 4 rows until there are 45 sts.
K 3 rows.
Next row (dec row): k2tog, k to end of row
Repeat last 4 rows until there are 3 sts left.
K 3 rows.
Next row: k3tog. Pull yarn through last loop.

Weave in ends. Block to measurements using your preferred method.


dec = decrease
inc = increase
k = knit
kfb = knit in front and back
kfbf = knit in front, then in back, then in front
k2tog = knit 2 stitches together
k3tog = knit 3 stitches together
st(s) = stitch(es)