Trikona is a slightly crescent shaped triangular shawl. Tri means three and Kona means angle in Sanskrit. I have named this shawl after one of my favorite yoga poses, Trikona asana. It is a quick, fun and easy crochet pattern. It can be worked in many different weights of yarn by changing the hook size.
There are two versions - Four-petalled Flower Edging and Ruffled Edging.
Shawl (multi colored) in the photos is crocheted with 100g of Noro Kureyon Sock yarn, 423m/462 yards
Sample size - 70 cm/27.5” spine x 140 cm/55” wingspan, unblocked
Hook size - 6 mm (J) for shawl and - 4 mm (G) for flowers edging