This triangle scarf is worked in a classic granny square stitch motif, and quickly creates a classic looking accessory to wear!

This scarf is worked in rows using chains and double crochet stitches. You can easily customize the size of the scarf by adding or omitting rows, and the simple granny stitch repeat makes this accessory fun and easy to work up! It’s a great pattern because:

  • Triangle scarves are quick and fun projects to work up!
  • You can have fun with yarn color to make this simple granny stitch fabric your own style!
  • This project works great with light weight yarn!
  • You’ll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: increasing in rows, stitch tension, color changing in rows (optional), gauge & size, blocking, finishing techniques & more!

Before you get started…

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Want to change colors in rows? Check out this quick video tutorial, here: 

Let’s get started! 

Pattern Designed By: Salena Baca Crochet. This pattern is copyright protected; it is unlawful to distribute this pattern in any form (free, sale or trade).

Click Here for a downloadable PDF version of this pattern!

YARN

Caron Simply Soft, aran weight #4 yarn (100% Acrylic; 315 yds/288 m per 6 oz/170 g skein): 

GAUGE

  • 7 pattern rows = 4”
  • 17 pattern Sts = 4”

HOOK & OTHER MATERIALS 

  • US Size I/9 (5.5 mm) Crochet Hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle

SIZES/FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 

  • 48” across x 22” tall

STITCH KEY

SPECIALTY STITCHES / TECHNIQUES

NOTES:

  • Pattern is worked in rows, from a center point outward.
  • Change color as desired. To follow example, change colors as follows:
    • A = row 1-23
    • B = row 24-27
    • C = row 28-31
  • Other yarn weights and types may be substituted; measure as you go for best results.
  • Add or omit the repeating row to create a size of your choosing.
  • Fabric is reversible; either side can be right side.
  • Pattern diagram located on last page.

INSTRUCTIONS

Row 1: Form adjustable loop, Ch 3 (first Dc, here and throughout), Dc, [Ch 3, 2 Dc] 3 times – 17 Sts; 8 Dc + 9 ch

Row 2: Ch 4 (first Dc + Ch 1, here and throughout), turn, (3 Dc, Ch 3, 3 Dc, Ch 1) into each Ch-3 space, Dc into last St – 33 Sts; 20 Dc + 13 Ch

Row 3: Ch 4, turn, (3 Dc, Ch 3, 3 Dc, Ch 1) into Ch-3 space, [(3 Dc, Ch 1) into Ch-1 space, (3 Dc, Ch 3, 3 Dc, Ch 1) into Ch-3 space] 2 times, Dc into last St – 41 Sts; 26 Dc + 15 Ch

Row 4: Ch 4, turn, (3 Dc, Ch 3, 3 Dc, Ch 1) into Ch-3 space, [(3 Dc, Ch 1) into each Ch-1 space, (3 Dc, Ch 3, 3 Dc, Ch 1) into Ch-3 space] 2 times, Dc into last St – 49 Sts; 32 Dc + 17 Ch

Repeat row 4 (adding 6 Dc + 2 Ch after each new row), until 31 rows are complete. Fasten off.

Finishing: Sew in ends, trim excess.

Tip: Attach a button into the first and last St of the last row worked. These can be pushed through any St or space in the fabric to help hold ends into place.

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Peace + Love + Crochet

Salena

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