|The garter tab cast-on|
|Here is a close up of the garter tab cast-on|
|This is the result after knitting a few more rows|
|Finished kerchief. The bound off edge form the two equal (and shorter) sides of the isosceles triangle.|
|Finished kerchief on me. Gun slinging cowgirl? Or Williamsburg hipster?|
*FYI – An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two sides that are equal length. The third side can be shorter or longer in length than the two equal sides. In the example of a kerchief, the third side is longer.