This triangular scarf is knit sideways to take advantage of the every last yard of the yarn. I tend to pick a looser needle size to make the piece draper, but you should find the gauge that works for you and your yarn.
This top-down shawl uses lace or fingering weight yarn in five different colors. Hold two strands of yarn together and knit thick garter stitch stripes in this top-down triangular shawl. Short rows are added to one half of the triangle in an eyelet stitch pattern, forming a long asymmetrical shape.