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Crochet Triangle Scarf

Spring Fling Triangle Shawl Crochet Pattern Free

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Do you have a skein of hand dyed, wonderfully squishy and beautiful sock yarn hanging out in your stash? Then this pattern is for you! One skein is all it takes to make this easy triangle shawl crochet pattern. By using a much larger hook than called for, you are able to stretch how far one skein will take you because the stitches will be looser and farther apart.

I am not going to be reinventing the wheel here. We are basically making a half of a granny square. You could certainly use this “formula” with any hook size and yarn you want depending on the look you are going for. Get creative with it!

This pattern is great for the beginner crocheter looking for something a little more challenging or the seasoned crocheter looking for q quick relaxing project. 

In this pattern will show you how I made the scarf pictured, but feel free to use any hook and yarn combination your heart desired. 

You could wear this around your neck like a bandanna scarf or even as a shawlette. This worked up rather quickly, you would have plenty of time to make one to wear for Easter or maybe as a Mother’s Day gift! Or both! Spring Fling scarves for everyone! LOL.

Purchase the ad-free pdf version of this pattern on Ravelry here.

Materials

  • 438 yds/100g Fingering/sock weight yarn. The skein I used was a 75% merino wool/ 20% Nylon/ 5% Stellina (yay for sparkle) Blend. 
  • 5.5 mm hook
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle Needle

Gauge and Sizing

  • Gauge: 4 dc groups+ 4 ch 1 spaces X 9 rows = 4 inches
  • Sizing: at widest point: 45 inches across and 20 inches tall

Abbreviations

  • I use US Terminology
  • Mc: magic circle
  • Ch(s): chain(s)
  • Dc: double crochet
  • Sc: Single Crochet
  • Sp: space

Special Stitches

  • Picot: ch 3, sl st into first ch and continue on with next stitch.

Notes

-You may use any yarn and hook size to complete this pattern. 

-To make this shawl bigger or smaller add or remove rows before the edging.

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Easy Crochet Triangle SCarf pattern

Crochet Triangle Scarf

Row 1: Mc. Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc + ch1), working in ring make 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, ch 1, 1 dc. Tighten ring. Turn

Crochet Triangle Scarf

Row 2: Ch 4, 3 dc in ch 1 sp, ch 1. Skip 3 dc. (3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc) in ch 3 sp. Ch 1, skip 3 dc, (3 dc, ch 1, dc) in turning ch sp. Turn

Crochet Triangle Scarf

Row 3: Ch 4, 3 dc in ch 1 sp, ch 1. Skip 3 dc. 3 dc in ch 1 sp, skip 3 dc. (3dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in ch 3 sp. Ch 1. Skip 3 dc, 3 dc in ch 1 sp, skip 3 dc (3 dc, ch 1, dc) in turning ch sp. Turn.

Rows 4-30: Ch 4, 3 dc in ch 1 sp, ch 1. Skip 3 dc. *3 dc in ch 1 sp, ch 1, skip 3 dc. Repeat from * until you reach the ch 3 sp. (3dc, ch 3, 3dc) in ch 3 sp, ch 1. Skip 3 dc *3 dc in ch 1 sp, ch 1, skip 3 dc. Repeat from * down the other side working (3 dc, ch 1, dc) in turning ch sp. turn

NOTE: If you have more yarn and want to make your scarf bigger just continue the pattern like you did in rows 4-30 until your piece is the desired size. Then start the edging.

Edging

Row 1: ch 1, sc in same st as ch 1, * sc in ch 1 sp, ch 4, skip 3 dc. Repeat from * until you get to ch 3 sp. ( sc, ch 4, sc) in ch 3 sp, ch 4, skip 3 dc, * sc in ch 1 sp, ch 4, skip 3 dc  Repeat from * down the other side. Sc in turning ch sp, 1 sc in 3rd turning ch.

Row 2: Ch 1, Sc in same st as ch 1. *Skip 1 sc. ( 3 sc, Picot, 2 sc) in ch 4 sp. Repeat from * across. Sc in last sc. Finish off, weave in ends.

Crochet Triangle Scarf

I would love to see your Spring Fling Shawls! Share them with me in The Unraveled Mitten Crochet Club on Facebook!

 

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20 comments

    • Heather says:

      Thank you Amanda ?. This yarn was in my “almost too pretty to use” stash haha. So glad I brought it out, I think it really adds something special to an otherwise fairly plain pattern. ?

  1. Kim Struthers says:

    Beautiful! I am making one now, using sock yarn and a F hook (3.75mm)
    Thanks so much for sharing! Can’t wait to see this finished! It will only be a neck wrap.

    • April says:

      Mary, the measurements are to however big you’d like the shawl. You can look up general shawl sizes if that’s what you’re looking for, but this pattern is totally a “make it as big or as little as you’d like” to fit the person you have in mind. This is the part I LOVE about this pattern!

  2. April says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern! I’ve thought of making scarves this year as gifts. Normally I make hats, but have done scarves a time or two. I wanted something different this time though and tried another pattern first. It wasn’t as easy to flow as this one is. I like a pattern I can start and go without having to keep a pattern chart nearby. I am excited at how this is turning out. Oh, and if it matters, I’m using Size 10 thread.

  3. Leslee Cassel-Bonilla says:

    I made this scarf with a silk blend yarn as a gift for my daughter. It was a relaxing project and looks beautiful. I’ll make myself one next. I extended the edge a bit.

  4. Ruth says:

    thank you for this beautiful pattern. strangely I have some quite old baby yarn that I think is going to work wonderfully for this. I’m going to make some for some of my dgd’s and for the grandson’s wife for Christmas(I’m getting an early start)

  5. Galia says:

    Hi I’m kinda new to this but in row 3 I don’t have a ch 3 in the middle is that right? Cause in row 4 it asks to…. * until you reach the ch 3 sp?
    Help please i think I know how to continue but just need a confirmation. Thank you

  6. Gail Hatch says:

    I tried this pattern with a superfine wool and a K hook, the results are an open airly scarf Thank you for sharing.

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