Trisectrix by Shannon Squire
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Trisectrix

Knitting
November 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
400 yards (366 m)
50" wingspan, 15" deep at center
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In Triplicate is a study in threes: three designers collaborating to design three accessories each, using the same three colors in different ways. There are nine designs total: three for the head, three for the hands, and three for the neck (one of each thing in all three colors, one in two colors, and one in a single color). Knit from the full collection to maximize your yarn and make some matching things!

In geometry, a trisectrix is a curve which can be used to trisect an arbitrary angle. This shawl plays with the
idea of a trisected curve by using short rows and groups of three to create a very knittable and wearable piece.

Size/finished measurements:
50” wingspan, 15” deep at center.

The In Triplicate collection is a collaboration between Shannon Squire, Star Athena, Lee Meredith, and Blue Moon Fiber Arts; photography is by Lee Meredith; drawings and doodles are by Star Athena; graphic design is by Lee; tech editing was done by Polly of Butterscotch Press.