Scarves… we all can’t get enough of them, right? Well, this pattern has a different take. Fringes on a triangle scarf! Definitely not something that you see every day. Plus, it doesn’t take that long to make, and uses basic stitches that even beginners would love to make one. Begin stitching with the free pattern below or better yet, get the ad-free printable PDF pattern here.
I have a confession. We’re on that level, right?
I love scarves, especially handmade crochet scarves. In fact, I’m a self-professed scarf fanatic. I have tons of them, all in different fabrics, colors, and patterns.
But you know what? I didn’t have a triangle scarf like this, and I feel like one can never have too many scarves.
They’re the perfect accessory, and whenever I wear one, I know it means the ushering in of the fall season.
This crochet triangle scarf is so cozy, warm, and easy to make. The fringe gives it a little bit of a western vibe, which I love, and the colors can be customized to anything that you want.
CHUNKY TRIANGLE SCARF PATTERN
kill Level: Easy
110 yds bulky weight yarn
110 yds worsted weight yarn
US size P/16 (11.50mm) crochet hook or size needed to match gauge
1” or larger button
Gauge: 8 hdc x 6 rows = 4”
Size: 19” tall by 26” wide across the top
Pattern uses US crochet terms
|hdc||Half double crochet|
|sl st||Slip stitch|
Holding both yarns together as one, ch 5, leaving a 6” tail.
Place a stitch marker in the 2nd ch made (4th ch from hook)
Row 1: Hdc in 5th ch from hook. (1 hdc, 1 ch-4 sp)
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as hdc and ch-1 throughout), turn, (hdc, ch 1) in ch-4 sp, hdc in marked ch, remove stitch marker. (3 hdc, 2 ch-1 sps)
Row 3: Ch 3, turn, (hdc, ch 1) in next ch-1 sp, sk next hdc, (hdc, ch 1) in next ch-1 sp, hdc in last hdc. (4 hdc, 3 ch-1 sps)
Note: On rows 4-24 the stitch count increases by 1 hdc and 1 ch-1 sp on each row.
Rows 4-24: Ch 3, turn, (hdc, ch 1) in next ch-1 sp, [sk next hdc, (hdc, ch 1 in next ch-1 sp)] across to last hdc, hdc in last hdc. (25 hdc, 24 ch-1 sps)
Row 25: Ch 3, turn sk first ch-1 sp, (extra skipped space forms buttonhole) [sk next hdc, (hdc, ch 1) in next ch-1 sp] across to last hdc, hdc in last hdc. (24 hdc, 23 ch-1 sps.
Fasten off; weave in ends.
Sew button to the end of row 25, opposite the buttonhole.
Cut 26 13” long strands of each of the 2 yarns (100 strands total).
Hold one strand of each yarn together and fold in half, matching the cut ends, to form a loop. With your hook, draw this loop through the ch-4 sp from row 1 (bottom point). Draw the cut ends through the loop and pull tightly.
Attach the remaining fringe sections in the same way, placing them evenly spaced along the sides of the scarf.
Trim ends of fringe to make them even.
Sew the button to the top corner tip, opposite the side with the large gap between your hdc’s (your buttonhole).
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